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CUNA CEO launches weekly 'Cheney Report' to member CUs
WASHINGTON (1/14/13)--Upcoming congressional issues, recent mortgage regulatory releases and the latest National Credit Union Administration board actions are all covered in last week's first-ever edition of The Cheney Report.

The Cheney Report will deliver Credit Union National Association President/CEO Bill Cheney's latest thoughts on three to four key events and policy developments affecting credit unions into the email inboxes of credit union CEOs each Friday.

"The report gives readers a CEO-to-CEO perspective on each week's major developments, and provides a valuable window into CUNA's actions on behalf of member credit unions. It also reinforces the value of CUNA membership," CUNA Executive Vice President of Strategic Communications and Engagement Paul Gentile said.

Topics tackled in the first edition of The Cheney Report include:

  • The recent unveiling of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's new "ability to repay rule," with its qualified mortgage standards;
  • Congress, the fiscal cliff and tax reform; and
  • The NCUA's recently released small credit union definition changes.
Past issues of The Cheney Report will be archived on cuna.org.


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