National Association of Federal Credit Unions

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National Association of Federal Credit Unions

An organization for federally-chartered credit unions in the United States. It serves as a lobbying group for credit unions before the U.S. government and conducts public relations to promote credit unions to the public. It was founded in 1967 and maintains its headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.
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Amazon Web Services joins the distinguished group of NAFCU Services Preferred Partners, carefully selected by three panels of credit union CEOs.
"NAFCU believes that credit unions must be free to choose what services they offer their members based on their understanding of what constitutes effective financial literacy, Andrew Morris, NAFCU's regulatory affairs counsel said in a letter to the CFPB.
Its a significant honor to be named a 2016 Innovation Award winner by NAFCU Services, said Steve Meirink, executive vice president and general manager of Wolters Kluwers Governance, Risk & Compliance divisions Compliance Solutions business.
NAFCU Services Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of the National Association of Federal Credit Unions.
As the number of lawsuits and demand letters to credit union have soared, CUNA and NAFCU have been attempting to provide tools with which to respond.
NAFCU's Cybersecurity and Payments Committee will also engage with EEA to discuss ways for credit unions to get directly involved with the blockchain community.
We are thrilled to formally partner with CUNA Mutual Group to help credit unions protect their members and manage risk, said Dan Berger, Chair, NAFCU Services Corporation.
NAFCU also highlighted several changes it wants instituted at the CFPB.
Dan Berger, President and CEO of NAFCU and Charles A.
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That is why NAFCU is ramping up an industry push for a national data security standard to ensure everyone - financial institutions, merchants and data giants like Equifax - is doing their part to protect consumers' information from data thieves.