NCUA’s latest Letter to Federal Credit Unions features guidance on how credit unions can prepare a successful narrative application when using this option to apply for serving a well-defined local community.
CUNA hosted a webinar Wednesday with Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection staff on changes to HMDA reporting requirements. A recording of the webinar is available for free to CUNA members, and will be available shortly.
CUNA generally supports the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection’s policy to encourage Trial Disclosure Programs but recommends any bureau-approved programs be narrow in scope and not excessively deviate from traditional disclosure standards.
CUNA, the Financial Services Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center and Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council will conduct a webinar Oct. 17 at 2 p.m. (ET) on easy and effective cyber-exercises.
CUNA supports NCUA’s proposal to provide regulatory relief through amendments to regulations regarding loans and lines of credit to members, it wrote Thursday while calling for NCUA to go further in several areas to provide regulatory relief.
CUNA, in conjunction with the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, will host a free webinar Wednesday at 11 a.m. (ET) to discuss technical implementation of the August HMDA interpretive rule. Registration is open.
FinCEN joined federal financial regulators, including NCUA, last week to issue a joint statement on sharing BSA resources that addresses the benefits of financial institutions entering into collaborative BSA/AML arrangements.
America’s credit unions were on full display last weekend at the National Cooperative Business Association’s Co-op Festival on the National Mall. CUNA, league and credit union volunteers staffed a tent with a money machine and prize wheel.
CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle and Deputy Chief Advocacy Officer for Policy Analysis Mike Schenk addressed the state of credit unions and opportunities for the future at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.