The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection expects to issue proposed rules in January reconsidering its short-term, small-dollar rule, it announced Friday, likely revisiting only the ability-to-repay provisions, not the payments provisions.
CUNA launched a new MAP campaign in September, “Credit Unions Vote,” and many credit unions around the country have used it an an opportunity to show how they are engages with members and their community.
A webinar hosted by CUNA, FS-ISAC and the FSSCC on cyber exercises is now available for free to CUNA members. The webinar discusses easy and effective ways credit unions can plan to respond to cyber incidents.
CUNA highlighted several credit unions and leagues emphasizing the critical importance of a narrow definition of an automated telephone dialing system in its reply comments to a Federal Communications Commission petition Thursday
FASB approved Wednesday several CUNA-backed changes to its CECL standard. The board agreed to the changes during its regular open meeting. The final standard should be finalized and made public in mid to late fourth quarter.
Several dozen young credit union professionals spent a day with CUNA staff and other policymakers and staff this fall, learning lessons they said will be with them as they continue their future advocacy work..
Greg Michlig, CUNA’s deputy chief engagement officer, and Susan Toalson, CUNA vice president, appeared recently on CUBroadcast to talk about credit unions’ strong momentum going into 2019, and how CUNA is poised to take advantage of the momentum.
Credit Union Legislative Action Council, the federal PAC of CUNA, launched its final independent expenditure for the 2018 midterm election cycle Tuesday. Television ads for Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) will run until Nov. 6 throughout Mississippi.
CUNA member credit unions can access the first webinar on CUNA’s Creating Awareness Initiative for free. CUNA Chief Strategic Communications Officer Douglas Kiker and others used the webinar to discuss the research behind the initiative.
The Federal Reserve will host public town hall meetings in its 12 districts to discuss its Faster Payments Settlement Assessment notice seeking comment on potential actions to facilitate real-time interbank settlement of faster payments.