Following a year of unwavering advocacy and fighting for the success of the credit union industry, NAFCU has launched its 2022 legislative and regulatory priorities which aim to achieve an operating environment where credit unions – and their 127 million members – can thrive. These priorities, set by the association’s Board of Directors, will help guide advocacy efforts and initiatives to strengthen the credit union industry.
“Credit unions are continuing their relentless efforts to help Americans recover from hardships caused by the coronavirus pandemic,” said NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger. “Their commitment to supporting all communities, including those hit hardest by the crisis, must continue to be recognized by members of Congress.
“In these uncertain times, NAFCU and its determined Board of Directors have high expectations in 2022 to help the credit unions meet the needs of Main Street America, and is eager to continue working with the Biden administration to achieve those goals,” added Berger.
NAFCU’s award-winning advocacy team will continue to engage with the 117th Congress and Capitol Hill, sharing the priorities with lawmakers and their staff to keep credit union issues top of mind.
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