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.
A proposed member-business lending rule from the National Credit Union Administration that moves to a principles-based approach could be “a step in the right direction” in providing regulatory relief for credit unions, CUNA said.
The National Credit Union Administration is requesting comment on its rules governing corporate credit unions, money laundering, and credit union directors, officers and employees to see if changes are needed.
The interest-rate cap of 18% on most federal credit union loans will remain in effect through March 10, 2017, as approved by the National Credit Union Administration board at its open meeting Thursday.
A conversation coordinated by the Ohio Credit Union League between reporters and credit union leaders has resulted in a lengthy feature about retailers’ lax cybersecurity and its impact on credit unions and other financial institutions in the June Toledo Business Journal.
The Cooperative Credit Union Association provided extensive oral testimony Wednesday supporting proposed regulations 209 CMR 58:00 for interstate credit union branching in a hearing of the Massachusetts Division of Banks and Loan Agencies on the proposals.
More than 100 Pennsylvania lawmakers hosted credit union advocates in their offices this week as the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association held its annual Credit Union Legislative Day at the Capitol in Harrisburg.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (6/18/15 UPDATED 11:54 a.m. ET)--The National Credit Union Administration voted 3-0 today to propose a member-business loan rule that will provide federally insured credit unions with greater flexibility and reduce regulatory burden for credit unions participating in member-business lending.