Articles Tagged with 'interchange'

Hill Visits Cover Key CU issues

March 03, 2011
State delegations realize their Hill visits can leave lasting impressions with lawmakers. READ MORE

Stivers: 'We need to hold government agencies accountable'

March 02, 2011
Jobs and interchange top the legislator's agenda. READ MORE

Perlmutter: ‘Your Words will carry a lot of weight’

March 02, 2011
The Durbin debit interchange amendment added by the Senate was handled was “unreasonable, unworkable, and unfair.” READ MORE

Legislation May Lead to Higher Fees

February 27, 2011
CUs will not only need to cover the loss of fee income, but also the increased costs of complying with the regulations. READ MORE

Matz Calls for Exemptions in Fed Interchange Rulemaking

February 17, 2011

NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz called upon the Federal Reserve to craft a debit card interchange rule that reflects Dodd-Frank Act language addressing small institution pricing issues.

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Interchange Proposal Tops Regulatory Priorities

February 03, 2011
CUNA continues to address Fed and FASB proposals, financial literacy requirements for directors, and guidance on corporate credit unions and internet banking authentication. READ MORE

Two Reg Revisions to Watch

February 01, 2011
Stay informed about rule changes for debit card interchange fees and corporate CUs. READ MORE

Addressing Interchange Fees & NCUA Concerns

January 31, 2011
CUNA is pursuing dramatic improvements in the Fed's debit interchange fee proposal. READ MORE

Legislation May Lead to Higher Fees

January 27, 2011
CUs would not only need to cover the loss of fee income, but also the increased costs of complying with the regulations. READ MORE

No Reg Relief in Sight

January 01, 2011
CUs' compliance load just keeps getting heavier. READ MORE

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