An upcoming webinar and Your Association’s Cybersecurity Resource Center convene guidance, resources, and best practices all in one spot.
The suit challenges the NCUA’s authority to interpret and issue rulemakings on field of membership broadly granted by Congress in the late-90s.
NCUA recently published a second field of membership proposal, with comments due December 9.
Also, the latest legal briefs from the federal level and your compliance question of the week, answered.
Praised by Your Association, it is a long-advocated effort for regulatory relief for credit unions.
The NCUA Chair says the agency regulations provide the necessary consumer protection.
The Military Lending Act amendments officially went into effect on October 3.
Called a “publicity stunt” by CUNA CEO Jim Nussle, the lawsuit was filed Wednesday by the Independent Community Bankers of America challenging the NCUA’s revised MBL rule.
CFPB and NCUA officials have announced semi-annual rulemaking agenda updates.
Strategic Link partner CUNA Mutual Group details the final rule from the DoD on the Military Lending Act.
The twice-yearly trip shows advocacy in action, allowing credit unions face time with legislators and regulators.
Under certain circumstances, credit unions may now make member business loans without requiring a personal guarantee.
Examining gun trusts and transferring Title II firearms. Also, question on Cashier’s Checks and Legal Briefs.
NCUA Board Issues Revised Proposed Rules on Executive Compensation, Partial Occupancy; Also, Freed Named to Succeed Whitehead as Region V Director
NCUA’s Board of Directors met last week and took action on a number of items, including executive compensation & partial building occupancy. Also, Cherie Freed was named as Region V Director, taking over for Elizabeth Whitehead.
The Department of Labor (DOL) recently released the Final Rule defining the circumstances in which a person who provides investment advice in connection with a retirement plan or individual retirement arrangement (IRA) acts as a fiduciary under the Employee Income Security Act (ERISA).
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued an Interim Final Rule that broadens the availability of certain provisions for small creditors that operate in rural or underserved areas. The new rule, which takes effect on March 31, 2016. Read today’s Compliance update to find out more.
How to keep your credit union compliant with recent Department of Defense updates; your question answered about the act’s effect on auto refinancing coverage; plus this week’s legal briefs.
What you need to know about upcoming HMDA file specs; your question answered about opening accounts for Single Member LLCs; plus this week’s legal briefs.