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- by B. Dan Berger, Berger Leadership Blog

Managers or leaders? Be both

Ever heard of the common debate between leaders and managers? While the two roles require different skillsets, it’s important that as executives, we can utilize both as we lead those in our organizations. In [...]

- by NAFCU Newsroom

Berger writes to Fed’s Bowman on competition

NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger wrote to Federal Reserve Board Governor Michelle Bowman regarding her Wednesday speech discussing competition in financial services. In the letter, Berger highlighted that “NAFCU wholeheartedly agrees that credit unions [...]

- by NAFCU Newsroom

Lawsuit against CFPB challenges UDAAP policy, funding structure

Wednesday, a complaint led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce was filed against the CFPB and Director Rohit Chopra challenging the bureau’s March 2022 update to the Unfair, Deceptive, or Abusive Acts and [...]

- by NAFCU Newsroom

New home sales surge in August

New home sales rose at an accelerated rate of 28.8 percent in August to 685,000 annualized units. Sales in July were revised up 21,000 units. Compared to last year, August sales were [...]

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NAFCU writes to NCUA on proposed cyber incident reporting rule

NAFCU Senior Counsel for Research and Policy Andrew Morris wrote to the NCUA to offer recommendations on the agency’s proposed rule establishing a 72-hour period for credit unions to provide notice of a reportable [...]

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NAFCU CEO stands in support of Ukraine, UACUA

The National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU) President and CEO Dan Berger issued the following statement following Russia’s attacks against Ukraine: “Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is not only an attack on innocent [...]

NAFCU launches “Stop Big Bank Bullies” ad campaign

The National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU) today launched a national digital advertising campaign educating Americans on how they can limit the influence that Big Wall Street banks have over their finances and the [...]