CUNA would prefer that Congress move beyond the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and develop a uniform privacy and data security law that regulates data and privacy protections based on the type of data instead of the current sector-specific approach
CUNA filed an amcicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court this week saying the TPCA as currently implemented harms credit unions member by hindering the flow of important information and forces them to bear the costs of TCPA lawsuits.
The NCUA board issued a proposed rule to raise the threshold for which an appraisal is required for a residential real estate transaction to $400,000 at its Thursday meeting. CUNA specifically requested such a rulemaking in and Oct. 3 letter to the agency.
A U.S. District Court jury has awarded USAA $200 million in a patent infringement lawsuit against Wells Fargo yesterday involving remote deposit capture, after USAA alleged the bank infringed on certain USAA RDC patents.
CUNA announced CUNA Compliance Management System™ Thursday, designed to transform credit union compliance. CUNA will be testing the solution delivery with a limited number of credit unions through 2019, with national availability coming in 2020.
CUNA and National Credit Union Foundation staff presented at NCUA's summit on diversity. NCUA Chairman Rodney Hood said NCUA plans to make the summit an annual event and will look to follow up with concrete, industry-wide action.
AARP released a study on the impact of training to prevent financial exploitation. AARP collaborated with CUNA to launch the BankSafe program to empower financial institution employees with the ability to identify signs of exploitation of older Americans.
One hundred and fifteen million Americans have chosen to become member-owners of a not-for-profit credit union because credit unions put members ahead of profit, CUNA Chief Advocacy Officer Ryan Donovan wrote to Congressional offices Tuesday.
Three low-income credit unions designated as minority depository institutions will build mentoring programs with three larger institutions with the help of grants announced by NCUA, awarded the grants under NCUA's pilot MDI mentoring program,
CUNA will be engaged with two Senate hearings this week, while the House is for a district work period. CUNA encourages leagues and credit unions to make contact with their elected officials to discuss credit union priorities in their home districts this week.
The CFPB and other agencies have announced thresholds for certain regulations for 2020. This includes for higher-priced mortgage loans made during calendar year 2020 and Regulations Z and M for consumer credit and lease transactions.
NCUA board member Todd Harper requests comment on creating a dedicated consumer compliance exam program for large, complex credit unions. Current exams in credit unions assets of $10 billion or less differs from other financial regulators.
The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania will hold a final approval hearing Nov. 6 for the settlement in the Wendy’s data breach lawsuit. CUNA, state leagues and a number of credit unions are among the plaintiffs in the lawsuit.