Whether it's a question about member business lending or which activities CUSOs are allowed to engage in, CUSO executives said the NCUA's guidance letters have long been a go-to for answers and regulatory interpretations.
The NCUA and other federal agencies said Sept. 24 that reporting suspected elder financial abuse does not generally violate privacy law.
Prudent efforts by institutions to meet customers’ cash and financial needs generally will not be subject to examiner criticism, the guidance said.
A bill that could reduce the ability of the CFPB and NCUA to issue new regulations has some traction, NAFCU's chief lobbyist said.
Bill would require rules by independent agencies to meet same scrutiny as those from federal agencies.
Taylor Community CEO sends printed copies of 1,099-page CFPB request for comment to lawmakers, regulators, adds plea for relief.
Members, nonmembers alike invited to 2 p.m. webinar with NAFCU general counsel and NCUA examination director.
Trade organizations have submitted their regulatory wish lists to the NCUA as the agency prepares to undergo its annual rule review.
Agency also releases supervisory letter to examiners to help ensure Regulation Z compliance.