CFPB to focus on mortgages, prepaid cards and payday loans; certificate account compliance question; and legal briefs.
A workgroup to update Washington’s model bylaws for state charters is seeking input from Washington’s credit unions to create a flexible, future-focused document.
Who can open an estate account? The Compliance Question of the Week finds the answer is different for state chartered credit unions depending on whether they’re in Oregon or Washington.
How credit unions promote their certificate accounts may depend on their charters. The rules are addressed in this week’s Compliance Question of the Week.
The Oregon DCBS is taking steps to permanently adopt a rule allowing state chartered credit unions up to six years to partially utilize unimproved property held for future expansion. A group of state chartered credit union representatives recently served as an advisory group.
Your weekly update on the regulatory landscape.
The IRS has created a section of its website for credit unions who mistakenly received a letter notifying them of the automatic revocation of their tax exempt status.
What is a business development company, and can a credit union invest in one?
Can a credit union provide life insurance for its board members?
How is it that the NCUA is enforcing the SAFE Act on state chartered credit unions?