At the end of 2010, the department issued the final rule on SB 438, which was passed in 2009, clarifying regulations around field of membership.
Overlooking the importance of consumer education could be a mistake for credit unionsâ€”and their bottom lines, say Harland Clarke.
The Oregon and Washington Foundations gave $7,500 to support relief efforts, and are calling on credit unions to make contributions as well.
It is not too late to contact the Congressional delegation about interchange, or add something to your website encouraging your members to email their legislators. Please continue to push the Call to Action!
The Legislature is working in a special session to close the budget gap, and Governor Gregoire has yet to sign the Prize-Linked Savings bill.
NWCUAâ€™s charter update bill is getting a hearing in the House today, while the Oregon Bankers’ bill to tax credit unions is technically still alive despite not leaving its committee before the deadline.
CUNA continues to press the Fed on interchange, and has concerns about the NCUAâ€™s budget and its consistency in examinations.
This meeting was the second of four HR & Training Councils of 2011, designed to facilitate resource sharing among credit union professionals across the region.
The Fed is seeking public comment on how to address the specific issues that it is required to study, as well as any research or empirical data that it should take into account.
Should representative payees be allowed to negotiate checks made out to the beneficiary of the accounts they oversee?
The Department of Justice instituted new regulations on the accessibility of the input and output controls at the ATM, outlines Member Access Pacific.
With up to 70 million customersâ€™ data compromised, criminals could use the dataâ€”possibly including credit card informationâ€”to access email and online bank account.