Designed to keep credit union marketing professionals up to date on the latest compliance regulations affecting their advertisements and initiatives, the 2018 CUNA Marketing Compliance eSchool will be held July 12-26.
The love affair with mobile-banking technology continues to grow, as a recent survey found that one-third of consumers now access financial services on their mobile devices--many of them doing so at work, at the store or even on dates.
The National Credit Union Administration’s Minority Depository Institution Preservation Program Final Interpreting Ruling and Policy Statement (13-1) will be effective July 24, according to NCUA’s notice in Wednesday’s Federal Register.
The Bank of England’s Prudential Regulation Authority has published regulatory reform proposals that would ease outdated restrictions against credit unions and help promote them as a viable alternative to payday lenders and a banking sector beset by scandal and crisis (Reuters June 24).
The National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors released a new legal opinion Tuesday. It holds that the National Credit Union Administration's "overhead transfer rate" process and decisions should be subject to notice and comment requirements under federal law.
Credit unions had a strong year in 2014, and the National Credit Union Administration outlined its progress on nine categories of its Regulatory Modernization Initiative, according to NCUA’s 2014 Annual Report.
The Federal Communications Commission has adopted a proposal that would protect consumers against unwarranted robocalls and spam texts, and affirm their rights to control the calls they receive. Certain financial fraud and healthcare alerts will be the exception.