Archive Links

Consumer Archive
CU System Archive
Market Archive
Products Archive
Washington Archive

News Now

CU System
Sunset staff recommends 12 more years for Texas regulator
FARMERS BRANCH, Texas (8/21/08)--A Texas Sunset Commission staff report recommends the Texas Credit Union Department continue existing for 12 more years, according to the Texas Credit Union League. The commission regularly reviews state agencies to determine if any should be eliminated. The report is available online with recommendations that are being reviewed by the Texas Credit Union League’s advocacy department (LoneStar Leaguer Aug. 20). The commission will conduct a hearing Sept. 23-24 with public comment on the report. In December, the commission will meet to adopt final recommendations it will make to the 81st Legislature. The commission is an independent regulator that routinely up for review every 12 years. To view the staff report, use the link.
Other Resources

RSS





print
News Now LiveWire
Sony hack linked to N. Korea, says U.S.intelligence via @nytimes http://t.co/fE3PtMgEFz
5 hours ago
.@CUNAMutualGroup Klewin shares final thoughts, forecast on lending regulations with @cumagazine before retiring http://t.co/v78QY3QwqB
8 hours ago
Current @CUNA COO @JillTomalin promoted to deputy chief of staff
9 hours ago
#CU Effect:@ChartwayFCU 'branch of the future' 2 benefit members, staff. 2nd installment of new News Now series here:http://t.co/ImBY4nupEj
10 hours ago
U.K. regulators have given formal authorization for the @c_of_e to form a #creditunion.
10 hours ago