Understand how the rate increase applies to your specific location.
Diving into SCRA requirements that can be found in InfoSight.
Also, a look at the week’s Legal Briefs at the federal level.
Last week, Tim Mislansky testified before the Senate Banking Committee on behalf of America’s credit unions… CUNA submitted comments on the DoL’s Fiduciary Rule… House Republicans introduced a resolution to stop the CFPB’s arbitration rule… CUNA supported S. 1579 to codify the Credit Union Advisory Council… CUNA attended the NCUA’s July Board meeting… We’ll discuss all of this and more in this week’s CUNA Advocacy Update!
Also, a weekly look at the federal regulatory landscape.
Also, what does the credit union need to know about mailing 1099-INT Forms to our members?
Also, does a skip payment on a closed-end loan require subsequent disclosure?
An upcoming webinar and Your Association’s Cybersecurity Resource Center convene guidance, resources, and best practices all in one spot.
Under the Regulatory Flexibility Act, federal agencies are required to publish their rulemaking agenda twice a year.
Also, this week’s legal briefs from around the Federal landscape, and your compliance question answered.
The preliminary injunction blocks the implementation of the Department of Labor’s (DOL) new overtime rules which would have gone into effect on December 1.
The change will affect credit unions’ OSOS public web searches, or copies of OSOS filed documents.
The document shares more on how financial institutions have become attractive targets to criminals.
Also, the latest legal briefs from the federal level and your compliance question of the week, answered.