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 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.
Bulletins include notice on MBL Rulemaking, suspended following the recent ICBA lawsuit filed against the NCUA.
Starting in October, the Washington Dept. of Financial Institutions, Division of Credit Unions, will notify the credit union of the filed complaint through encrypted email with a read receipt upon delivery.
Also, the latest legal briefs and your compliance question, answered.
Document outlines their principles to provide a framework for discussion about the future of loss mitigation.
This week we will examine the history of the credit union movement in the Pacific Northwest.
Compliance Center: CFPB Releases Proposed Amendment to the Annual Privacy Notice Requirement Under GLB Act
The proposal follows part of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) last December.
Your Association has a bevy of resources to help untangle the compliance burden credit unions face every day.
The addition would represent ‘sensitivity to market risk,’ and will require changes to NCUA systems.
NCUA, along with four other agencies, released the guidance to address discrepancies that may occur with amounts deposited by a member or customer and the dollar amount credited to that account.
Wrap up from the recent security conference at Skamania Lodge, which urged the widespread usage of security tools.
FFIEC issues a revised Retail Systems Payment booklet; question on ‘positive owner contact’ with dormant accounts and legal briefs.
Examining gun trusts and transferring Title II firearms. Also, question on Cashier’s Checks and Legal Briefs.
Compliance Center: VISA card issuers must offer transaction alert capability by October; also, question on FFIEC Cyber security Assessment Tool and legal briefs.
WA DFI releases guidance on indirect lending for state-chartered credit unions; your question answered on Equal Opportunity Notice signage; plus this week’s legal briefs.
There have been an increasing number of demand letters and lawsuits against businesses (colleges, retailers, hotels, and financial institutions) alleging that the businesses’ websites are not accessible to people with disabilities.