The 2020 election has positioned credit unions for success regardless of who wins the White House, CUNA Chief Advocacy Officer Ryan Donovan said Thursday during CUNA’s post-election webinar. A recording of the webinar is available.
The proposed CDFI Certification Application is flawed and should be reconsidered, CUNA wrote to the Treasury Thursday. The Treasury’s CDFI Fund recently proposed potential revisions to the application as part of its ongoing review of policies and procedures.
Commenters on proposed TRACED Act regulatory amendments support CUNA’s position of retaining current exemptions, CUNA wrote to the FCC this week in reply to a review of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act provisions mandated by the TRACED Act.
Registration is still open for CUNA's free post-election webinar Thursday at 2:30 PM (ET). It will cover how potential shifts in Congressional and Executive leadership will affect how credit unions advocate on behalf of members.
CUNA supports the joint interagency review of flood insurance questions and answers, especially restructuring the questions and answers, in comments filed Tuesday but offers several suggestions for improvements.
NCUA will host a webinar on a range of fair lending and consumer compliance topics Nov. 17. Registration for the “Fair Lending and Consumer Compliance Regulatory Update” webinar is now open. It is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. (ET).
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released its final rule on debt collection Friday. The rule prescribes certain disclosures and conduct limitations for covered debt collectors, as that term is defined under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
CUNA’s goal is to ensure a fair distribution of the charges for the supervision of credit unions, consistent with the Federal Credit Union Act, for all credit union regardless of charter type, the organization wrote to NCUA Friday.