Credit unions should revisit their business continuity plans to ensure preparedness.
Credit unions can use these compliance resources to stay up to date on existing rules and statutes.
Expect more focus around on-site IT security exams and disaster recovery programs.
Credit unions may be affected by provisions that went into effect Dec. 19.
New priorities help prepare credit unions for upcoming regulatory examinations.
New language to Section 2202 outlines consent on redisclosure of taxpayer information.
Credit unions should consider upgrading systems to include more options when entering members’ gender information.
NCUA and NWCUA have resources that can help credit unions plan for storms, earthquakes, fires, and other emergencies.
The published unified agenda includes rulemaking actions in pre-rule, proposed-rule, and final-rule stages.
New rule creates procedures for credit unions requesting powers and authorities in other states.
If mortgage loan originators are not renewed by deadline, they will be place in an inactive registration status.
National Credit Union Information Sharing & Analysis Organization Launches Industry-Wide Cyber Security Survey
Survey responses are due by Nov. 29.
Can a credit union consider the marital status of a Washington and Idaho resident when underwriting a loan?