The Little Bank That Could – New York Times APR 13, 2018

When Mick Mulvaney was named acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in January, several critics expressed outrage over the appointment. But only two went to court to try to block it. […] And the second was the Lower East Side People’s Federal Credit Union, a nonprofit financial cooperative, whose modest size — just $54 million in assets — belies both its public profile and the scrappiness of its chief executive officer, Linda Levy.  Read More

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