Credit unions should make system preparations to receive OTAPs with new company entry descriptions.
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A summary of the Oregon rules and definitions on commercial and member business loans that went into effect on June 1, 2022.
The Bureau confirmed the Equal Credit Opportunity Act bars lenders from discriminating against customers after they receive a loan.
The letter covers certain expectations for credit unions contemplating the use of new or emerging DLTs.
The Q&As reflect significant changes to the flood insurance requirements made by federal law in recent years.
The scammers charged consumers thousands of dollars for credit repair services of little to no value and told consumers to “invest” their COVID-19 benefits on their unlawful services.
The guidance assists property owners in understanding and implementing more inclusive practices.
The bureau believes that utilizing this dormant authority will help protect consumers and level the playing field between banks and nonbanks.
The option allows servicers to assist struggling borrowers who are behind on mortgage payments due to COVID-19.
The proposed rule will apply to all CRAs, including specialty CRAs focused on areas like employment screening, tenant screening, check and bank screening, and more.
The toolkit guides businesses on effective strategies for securing their critical infrastructure systems.
The plan provides a blueprint for how all Americans can benefit fairly from the equity built through homeownership.
The change may impact what credit unions charge on their variable rate loans and lines of credit, and could trigger additional disclosures.
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The alert provides red-flag indicators that credit unions should be on the lookout for and discusses ransomware attacks and other cybercrimes.
The alert provides insight on sanctions, virtual currency, and cybersecurity.
The Letter to Credit Unions also provides insight into potential areas of fair lending risk.
NWCUA’s Compliance Team outlines what this change means for Northwest credit unions.