FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Patrick Keefe – CUNA Communications; (202) 508-6765; email@example.com
Weekly member service details fast-moving developments with rules, agencies.
WASHINGTON, DC (02/11/2013) - Fast-paced changes and developments in credit union regulation – particularly that originating from the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) – are detailed in a newly redesigned and updated weekly report from CUNA, available at no charge to affiliated credit unions.
The CUNA Regulatory Advocacy Report, delivered to credit unions via email each Monday morning, provides the latest regulatory news important to credit unions in a concise but comprehensive format.
Written and edited by CUNA’s Regulatory Advocacy Team, led by CUNA General Counsel Eric Richard and Deputy General Counsel Mary Dunn, the weekly e-publication compiles the key regulatory advocacy events of the past week – as well as the outlook for the coming week – in one convenient location.
“This weekly report is an additional ‘value-add’ for our membership across the nation,” Dunn said. “CUNA offers the highest level of regulatory advocacy within the credit union space – and this publication provides an inside and detailed accounting of the representation credit unions’ largest trade association delivers for them each week.”
Dunn added that the report – which was previously sent to a relatively small group of credit union officials – is now available for distribution to all affiliated CUNA credit unions. As it is a member service from CUNA and the state leagues, there is no charge for receiving the report.
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