Insight into the CFPB order for improper debt collection, along with your Compliance question answered, and legal briefs from the federal landscape.
The future is here. Consumers can now use their smartphones, instead of debit or credit cards, to withdraw cash from ATMs. In this week’s Strategic Link Business Partner article, Diebold, Incorporated brings an important technology announcement to the year 2013.
Certain transactions may be red flags for money laundering. Our Compliance Question of the Week shares some examples.
Northwest credit unions are urged to join their colleagues in the Spokane credit union community with in-branch petitions July 15-26. The message: why credit unions are good for consumers. The timing is critical as Congress examines tax reform.
OSU Federal’s Anissa Arthenayake taught financial education to nearly 14,000 people last year. How did she do it? Credit union educators will have the chance to find out at the Best Practices Roundtable in Eugene July 10. Resources and outreach models will be shared.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will limit future mortgage acquisitions to loans that meet the requirements for a qualified mortgage. This new development takes effect in January.
The Filene Research Institute is gathering information about the impact of the regulatory burden on credit unions. The survey will help to identify the most burdensome regulations and the time credit unions spend in compliance.