The CFPB released a new Elder Financial Exploitation report this month, based on data obtained from Suspicious Activity Reports filed between 2013 and 2017. It will conduct a webinar April 9 highlighting the findings of the report.
The CFPB announced Thursday amendments to its advisory committee charters, which include the Credit Union Advisory Council, and also announced it will begin accepting applications for new council members soon.
On International Women's Day 2019, the The Global Women’s Leadership Network calls upon the worldwide credit union movement to #BalanceforBetter by encouraging industry women to apply for the Network’s annual scholarship.
Credit union advocates from all 50 states will be headed to Capitol Hill next week to meet with every member of Congress, CUNA wrote to all 535 Congressional offices in advance of the Governmental Affairs Conference Thursday.
The NCUA board will vote on a final rule regarding loans to members and hear a quarterly update on the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund at its March 14 meeting. The meeting will be streamed live starting at 10 a.m. (ET).
The NCUA board Thursday approved a $160.1 million equity distribution from the share insurance fund that will be paid to eligible credit unions in the second quarter of 2019. This is the second such distribution from the NCUA.
The cornerstone of any new data privacy requirements should be robust data security requirements for entities that collect consumers’ personal information, CUNA wrote to the House Homeland Security subcommittee on investigations Wednesday.
Two small credit unions were awarded full scholarships to the 2019 CUNA GAC for submitting the best loan promotion ideas in the Discussion of the CUNA Small Credit Union Community, as part of a contest sponsored by CUNA Mutual Group.
The official theme for the 2019 National Credit Union Youth Month has been revealed to be “The Future is Yours… Picture it! Save for it! Share it!”. This theme encourages young members to learn how to save their money to chase their dreams.
CUNA joined with several other financial services trade organizations to urge FASB to delay implementation of its CECL standard to ensure there are no unintended consequences. CUNA filed its own comment letter on the standard Monday.