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WASHINGTON—Fifty-eight percent of registered voters strongly or somewhat support more government regulation and oversight of some large banks, according to one new survey.

WASHINGTON–In the wake of the data breach involving Marriott hotels, NAFCU has sent a letter to members of the House Financial Services Committee and the Senate Banking Committee that reiterates its call for a national data security standard for entities that collect and store consumers’ personal and financial information.

BRUSSELS —The European Parliament Credit Union Interest Group met here with the European Network of Credit Unions to discuss  limiting regulatory burdens on credit unions as a means of promoting access to financial services for ordinary Europeans.

VENTURA, Calif.–With the most recent of the devastating fires in California still burning but now all contained, credit unions in the affected areas continue to offer assistance as both the CUs and their members sort through the extensive damage and work to recover.