Major spike in ATM skimming attacks; Compliance Question of the Week on found money following a vehicle repossession and the latest legal briefs.
Spokane-area credit union employees suffered tens of thousands of dollars in property damage in the historic windstorm. The NWCUF and regional credit unions stepped up to help.
Get the details on the DOR’s electronic filing; your question answered about the CFPB’s new Closing Disclosure; plus legal briefs.
New AHC Network rules, legal briefs and the compliance question of the week.
Treasury issues new guidance on property owned by “blocked persons”. Also in the Compliance Center: legal briefs and the question of the week.
Gun control, marijuana and Cover Oregon were among the key issues on the agenda when Oregon lawmakers gathered in Salem last week for the third and final series of interim committee meetings leading to the Feb. 3 opening of a short legislative session.
The Oregon DCBS has scheduled a hearing July 1 to discuss a rule that would allow state-chartered credit unions to hold unimproved property for up to six years instead of three.
Vehicle repossession takes on a new challenge when there are items in the car. This week’s compliance question tackles the issue of what to do.
As most of the Northwest is experiencing a soggy May, it’s a good reminder for credit union lenders to shore up their flood zone data. This is critical information for mortgage approvals. In today’s Strategic Link business partner article, CUNA Mutual’s Kriss Besch shares some important insight.
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.
Can I charge any fees due to dormancy or inactivity, or stop paying interest on a dormant account?
What are the required elements of a small estate affidavit?
The Oregon Legislature has a more focused agenda for consideration, now that the April 18 deadline has passed for bills to move out of committee or die without hearings.
The Oregon DCBS will issue a temporary rule tomorrow concerning property use and ownership for state-chartered credit unions, one of many updates to the Oregon Credit Union Act recommended by the NWCUA’s Model Credit Union Act Subcommittee.
Seven agencies issued a joint rule this week requiring lenders to perform an appraisal on all higher-priced mortgage loans prior to extending the loan.
Do certified checks ever go stale?
We have several IRA accounts that were opened 10 or more years ago. Our statements are being returned, and our members have not contacted us. At what point do these become dormant and get sent to the state?
In a Uniform Transfers to Minors Account (UTMA), when does the minor get access to the funds? At 18? 21? 25?