The Cooperative Credit Union Association was in Washington, D.C. this week. In addition to meeting with each member of their Congressional delegations, members met with NCUA and attended its budget briefing and board meeting.
CUNA is urging credit union stakeholders to submit comments to the FCC supporting its TCPA petition. CUNA filed its petition last month, and the FCC opened it for comment a week later, with comments due Nov. 6.
The NCUA board unanimously finalized rules on appeals and the Supervisory Review Committee at its board meeting Thursday, and issued a request for information and a proposal on establishing stress testing tiers.
The House Financial Services Committee passed 8 CUNA-supported regulatory relief bills Thursday. CUNA wrote in support of the bills prior to the markup, particularly one that would raise the CFPB's supervisory threshold to $50 billion.
CUNA and league partners the are working with Congress to remedy an issue surrounding compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and are seeking guidance on what is required for websites and online banking software.
CUNA wrote House Financial Services Committee leadership Wednesday to support 8 regulatory relief bills the committee is marking up. The markup began Wednesday and is expected to continue until at least Thursday.
CUNA supports the CFPB's proposal to remove the 4-business-day limit from its TRID rule. The limit dictates, based on timing, how a lender can disclose a revised estimate of closing costs to the borrower.
CUNA Technology Council formally presented the 2017-2018 Executive Committee at this year’s CUNA Technology Council Conference and CUNA Operations & Member Experience Council Conference on September 30 co-located in Phoenix.
The House Financial Services Committee will mark up 8 CUNA-supported regulatory relief bills this week, and CUNA will continue its engagement through the markup to work toward advancing the bills through the legislative process.
Protecting the credit union tax status, the need for regulatory relief and data security were the topics of discussions with policymakers across Capitol Hill and credit unions from Connecticut, Iowa, Maine, Pennsylvania and Vermont.
CUNA wrote in support of legislation Monday that is a step forward in addressing the threat of litigation under the Americans With Disabilities Act, urging legislators to consider how credit unions are being impacted by frivolous litigation.
After weeks of hurricanes, and now wildfires, it’s more important than ever for credit unions to be prepared for disasters. Federally insured credit unions are required to have disaster recovery and business resumption plans.