WASHINGTON (1/19/16)--Credit unions wishing to use the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) for identifying borrowers covered under the Military Lending Act must make their intentions known to the DMDC by Feb. 1.
WASHINGTON (1/11/16)--Suspicious activity reports (SARs) and other Bank Secrecy Act data help law enforcement track malicious cyber activity, but less than 2% of SARs contain a piece of valuable information that can help, an internet protocol address.
Expansion of the Military Lending Act to cover a number of open- and closed-end loans may pose serious problems to credit unions that serve a large number of military members, according to CUNA’s compliance staff.
How is the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau interpreting its enforcement authority under the Dodd-Frank Act to prohibit "unfair, deceptive or abusive acts or practices?" What can credit unions learn from the regulator's recent enforcement actions? What are examiners looking for?