Panel to look at impact of federal regulator rules, processes

April 5, 2017 -- A hearing on the impact of federal regulator rules and processes – including NCUA – on providers of financial institutions and their customers and members will be held Thursday by a House subcommittee.

The hearing, held by the financial institutions and consumer credit panel of the House Financial Services Committee, will focus on the federal financial agencies, which (other than NCUA) includes the Federal Reserve, OCC, FDIC and CFPB.

“The hearing will also examine opportunities for reform of these federal financial agencies, with the aim of improving transparency, accountability and due process for regulated persons and entities and their customers,” according to the subcommittee’s memo outlining the hearing’s scope.

The event gets underway at 9:15 a.m. ET.