DANA POINT, Calif. (10/20/14)--More than 120 credit union attorneys will be present at this year's Credit Union National Association Attorneys Conference, which is going on through Wednesday.
The conference aims to cover the most timely credit union-specific topics, as well as general legal and financial subjects that attorneys who represent credit unions and credit union organizations can use while representing their clients.
Eric Richard, CUNA's general counsel, will be speaking today about the most significant legal and regulatory trends affecting credit unions. He will be addressing topics such as the National Credit Union Administration's risk-based capital proposal, data breaches and the difference between guidance and regulations under the Administrative Procedures Act.
The session "The New Integrated Mortgage Disclosures" will feature Janet Bonnefin, principal at Aldrich and Bonnefin PLC, and Jared Ihrig, CUNA's associate general counsel for regulatory advocacy. Information on the new mortgage integrated disclosure rules was the most pre-requested by the conference's attendees.
Other highlights of the conference include:
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