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Rep. Ed Royce R-CA

ROYCE: NEXT STEP FOR MBL LEGISLATION
updated 02/25/14 12:37 PM
'We Still Have Work to Do'
Representative Ed Royce, R-CA, announced today during the Credit Union National Association's 2014 Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) that he will introduce legislation giving parity for credit unions with respect to standing law for banks.

The legislation is a complement to H.R. 688, the Credit Union Residential Loan Parity Act, to exempt loans for non-owner occupied one-to-four unit dwellings from the current member business lending cap on credit unions (12.25 percent of assets).

"While it's not a panacea to your business lending needs, it will greatly improve how you serve your members," Royce said.

 
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REGULATORY REACTION: HIT OR MISS updated 07/30/14 09:50 AM
Leaders Discuss the Changing Landscape
The credit union industry’s overwhelming response in sending more than 2,000 letters to the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) on the agency’s risk-based capital proposal is extremely rare. So what’s different this time around?

STATE CANDIDATE VISITS CU LEADERS updated 07/29/14 11:06 AM
Bates Engages With CEOs, Staff
Credit union leaders in Orange County gathered at Eagle Community CU last week to meet with Fifth District County Supervisor Pat Bates.

WCMS HONORS 2014 GRADUATING CLASS updated 07/29/14 09:58 AM
Weidler Receives 'Highest Honors'
Nearly 90 students from the “Mu” Class proudly received their Western CUNA Management School (WCMS) diplomas last Thursday night at Pomona College in Claremont, CA, where a lively audience cheered another successful send-off of credit union leaders who are devoted to keeping the credit union philosophy alive.

NATIONAL REG ADVOCACY TOOL LAUNCHED updated 07/25/14 01:55 PM
'PowerComment' Combats Burdens
PowerComment, a highly-interactive online resource that helps credit unions take their regulatory concerns directly to regulators, was officially announced today during the summer American Association of Credit Union Leagues (AACUL) meeting.