Credit unions won’t have to implement CECL rules until the fiscal years beginning after Dec. 15, 2020.
What does the future hold for the NCUA board? Industry players discuss the possibilities.
Strong marketing and compliance partnerships can prevent social media marketing headaches.
NAFCU leads an effort to give credit unions more flexibility in their marketing messaging.
Some 33,000 delinquent borrowers will qualify for the new mortgage modification plan, the FHFA estimates.
Insuring the deposits of Puerto Rico’s cooperativas could expose the NCUSIF to unacceptable financial risk.
H.R. 1486 would place the CFPB’s budget under Congress’ appropriations process.
The costs of the proposed accounting update far outweigh the benefits for credit unions.
The implementation date for final rules that could alter credit departments’ day to day operations is still TBD.
With a credit union exemption off the table, is it time for the CFPB to say checkmate? Or do credit unions have a few moves left?