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- by Reginald Watson, NAFCU Compliance Blog

Better together: Recent FAQs on mergers

Greetings Compliance Friends! Following NCUA’s final rule on voluntary mergers earlier this year (covered in a previous NAFCU Blog), the NAFCU Compliance Team has received a number of merger-related questions on a variety of [...]

- by NAFCU Newsroom

This week: NAFCU advocacy underway as Congress returns

The House and Senate return to session this week following the midterm elections and have a number of items to address during the lame duck session. NAFCU's award-winning advocacy team will be on Capitol Hill [...]

- by B. Dan Berger, Berger Leadership Blog

6 ways to tell if you’re a great boss

Here's an interesting finding from a recent survey: "58 percent of workers say that they'd stay at jobs with lower salaries if that meant working for a great boss." This statistic, resulting from a survey [...]

- by NAFCU Newsroom

NAFCU’s post-election advocacy begins

NAFCU's award-winning advocacy team is preparing for Congress to return to Washington following this week's midterm elections. Although the 116th Congress will be "split" – with Democrats controlling the House and Republicans controlling the Senate – there [...]

- by NAFCU Newsroom

NAFCU: Election night good for CU friends

Providing credit unions with an update from Tuesday's midterm elections, NAFCU Director of Political Affairs Chad Adams said it was a good night overall for friends of the industry. As returning and newly elected lawmakers [...]

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NAFCU’s Long: No substantive changes from FOMC

The National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU) Chief Economist Curt Long issued the following statement after the conclusion of the Federal Reserve’s November Federal Open Market Committee meeting: “There were no substantive changes [...]

NAFCU’s Long: Consumer credit growth decelerated, outlook stable

The National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU) Chief Economist Curt Long issued the following statement after the Federal Reserve reported its consumer credit data for the month of September, 2018: “Consumer credit growth decelerated [...]

NAFCU statement on 2018 midterm election results

The National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU) President and CEO Dan Berger issued the following statement regarding the projected outcomes of the 2018 midterm elections: “Credit unions will continue to have a strong seat [...]

NAFCU’s Long: Jobs report tops expectations

The National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU) Chief Economist Curt Long issued the following statement in response to the Labor Department’s October Jobs Report, released this morning: “The labor market topped expectations during [...]

Another solid jobs report, Says NAFCU Chief Economist Curt Long

The National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU) Chief Economist Curt Long issued the following statement in response to the Labor Department’s September Jobs Report, released this morning: “This was another solid jobs report. [...]