An article that provided video highlights of the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference’s (GAC) opening day headed the Top 10 CUNA News articles in February.
The nation’s premier credit union conference, held in Washington D.C, Feb. 26-March 2, set an attendance record with 5,000 participants.
The remaining Top 10 articles included:
Atlanta-based Arby’s restaurants has acknowledged a data breach involving approximately a number of its corporate-owned locations, reports Krebs On Security.
CUNA published a white paper examining 3 policy decisions the NCUA will need to make concerning the wind-down of the agency’s Corporate Resolution Program.
More than ever, credit unions need active, engaged, knowledgeable directors to set a sound strategic course for the organization.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order calling for, among other things, “efficient, effective and appropriately tailored” regulations.
With the NCUA’s new member business lending (MBL) rule is in effect, credit unions need to ensure they are in compliance and fully understand all of the new requirements.
With tax season upon consumers once again, it’s also when they are most vulnerable to tax refund fraud.
Once the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s new customer due diligence rule becomes effective May 11, 2018, credit unions will be required to identify and verify the beneficial owners of business-type accounts.
Changes to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau structure represent a reasonable improvement to a flawed structure, not an attempt to undermine the bureau, CUNA wrote to Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) .
CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle opened Monday’s opening general session by encouraging GAC attendees to “tell the credit union story to legislators.”
Humanitarian Derreck Kayongo headlined the opening day of CUNA’s GAC in Washington, D.C., with a keynote address in which he highlighted the effects of “people helping people.”