DCU’s six 2015 exam priorities; question about ChexSystems report requests answered; and legal briefs.
With the NWCUA announcing its committee rosters for 2014 this week, Anthem asked Scott Burgess, Rivermark Community Credit Union’s president and CEO, to reflect on the Oregon Governmental Affairs Committee’s accomplishments in 2013 and look forward to the coming year, when he’ll return as its co-chair.
Health care reform has triggered changes employers need to make. Some of the deadlines and opportunities are immediate. A checklist of important steps should be on your action plan now.
What activities are considered “suspicious” when I’m considering whether or not to file a SAR?
The Standard Flood Hazard Determination Form has been revised. The agency will be allowing users a three-year transition period ending May 30, 2015, so user systems can be changed before final adoption of the form is required.
As Washington’s prize-linked savings program continues to build steam, with two Washington credit unions pledging to offer programs in 2013 and more continuing due diligence, the Nebraska credit unions that launched programs this year have surpassed the million-dollar milestone.
The NCUA vote scheduled for today on the proposed rule requiring all CUSOs to submit financial reports to the NCUA has been cancelled, likely moving to next month a possible decision.
Unless it hears concerns about making the comments public on or before June 10, the NCUA will post all comments on its website. Comments on the prepayment program accepted until June 20.
CPA Daren B. Tanner clarifies recent changes to Troubled Debt Restructuring after FASB released a new update.
Your update on the regulatory landscape.
The National Credit Union Administration in its Regulatory Alert No. 11-RA-02 is reminding credit unions that engage in residential mortgage lending of their 2011 reporting obligations under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act.