CFPB and NCUA officials have announced semi-annual rulemaking agenda updates.
Get details on the updated Unified Agendas of the CFPB, NCUA, and other federal regulatory agencies; your question answered about Reg E claims where no error occurred; plus this week’s legal briefs.
Get the skinny on the rule making update—your question answered on reimbursing board members and spouses. Plus this week’s legal briefs.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently published a semi-annual update of the rulemaking agenda. Also in today’s Anthem: Legal Briefs, and the Question of the Week: “Can a credit union open a share account for someone who only has an ITIN and not a Social Security Number?”
The Washington DFI holds a rulemaking meeting this afternoon to define “reasonable director compensation.” The meeting is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. in Tumwater, and a dial-in option is available.
Credit union compliance specialists will want to review the semi-annual update to the CFPB rulemaking agenda. The Compliance Update highlights some of the important revisions.
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.
In the first meeting since the Washington Credit Union Act was updated by the state legislature, the Department of Financial Institutions met with credit union leaders to discuss the rule-making process that will define “reasonable” board compensation.
Your weekly update on the regulatory landscape.
The FTC issued a press release updating its 10-year review schedule, announcing that it would not review four rules previously scheduled for review in 2012. The release also clarified the rules whose authority would be transferred to the CFPB.
The weekly Regulatory Advocacy Update outlines the NWCUA’s efforts to reduce the regulatory burden on credit unions and protect the larger movement. Included here are updates on the CFPB, the NCUA, the Fed, and a new proposal from the Oregon DOJ.
The NWCUA generates and monitors regulatory movement and change at the state and federal levels. The weekly Regulatory Advocacy Update keeps you informed about just how the Association is working for its membersâ€”and how you can get involved.
The Federal Reserve Board announced Tuesday that it was suspending rulemaking on the matter of its proposed disclosures required for credit insurance and debt cancellation products under Reg.
Your update of the regulatory landscape.