The interim rule is effective Oct. 19. Comments are due within 30 days of Federal Register publication.
Some additions will likely require adjustments in the implementation plans of financial institutions and third-party service providers.
The final provision of the Military Lending Act goes into effect this week. What does this mean for credit unions?
ComplySight, a service available through NWCUA’s partnership with InfoSight, adds complaint management capabilities at no additional cost to credit unions.
Federal district court in Texas overturns the DOL’s final rule regarding overtime; OMB issues a stay on EEOC rule that would require larger employers to provide pay data on the annual EEO-1 report.
This update from the NCUA and other federal regulators includes 14 new answers credit unions will want to review.
Information to share with your members, including steps they can take to protect their information.
Review these questions to ensure your credit union’s identity theft program is effective.
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See the changes that will apply to certain consumer credit transactions in 2018.
The amendments temporarily change the reporting requirements for HELOCs and clarify what information financial institutions are required to collect about their mortgage lending.
Pending the approval of the Office of Management and Budget, the effective date would be pushed back to July 1, 2019.
The prototype forms are designed to give consumers more clarity about the costs, risks, and benefits of participating in overdraft coverage.