The Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) today called on federal banking regulators to issue a uniform final rule on Community Reinvestment Act modernization that minimizes new data collection and reporting burdens for community banks.
The Virginia State Corporation Commission denied Virginia Credit Union Inc.’s application to expand its field of membership to include the Medical Society of Virginia—the latest setback to the credit union industry’s efforts to increase its taxpayer-subsidized authority.
Republican members of the House Financial Services Committee pressed the FDIC on its ICBA-opposed decision to eliminate the Office of Supervisory Appeals and reinstate the Supervision Appeals Review Committee.
Eight national trade groups petitioned the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to initiate a rulemaking that will strengthen the privacy and security of consumer financial data held by fintechs, Big Tech and data aggregators.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Justice Department issued a joint letter reminding auto finance companies of their responsibility to recognize legal protections for military families under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.
The Senate budget reconciliation deal announced this week by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) excludes several proposed tax provisions strongly opposed by ICBA.
Today nine trade associations representing the financial services industry released the following joint statement opposing announced legislation by Senator Roger Marshall (R-KS) and Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) creating new credit card routing mandates that fall disproportionately on card issuing credit unions and community banks.
TCM Bank, N.A., the credit card bank of ICBA Bancard, which is the payments services subsidiary of the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA), today announced the hire of William Weeks as chief information officer.
While legislation is urgently needed to address risks posed by unregulated stablecoins, taking up last-minute legislation at this week’s House Financial Services Committee markup would be premature, ICBA told the panel.
The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center’s latest weekly risk report details the Holy Ghost ransomware group, which has been active for more than a year and has connections to North Korea.