Two-hour hearing includes credit union witnesses.
Just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean The Man isn't out to get you.
Effective Jan. 10, 2014, mortgage lenders will be required to write their loans in compliance with new regulations from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The transition could be easier on credit unions than the CFPB’s 3,500 pages of requirements suggest.
NCUA joins fellow agencies in issuing guidance under Gramm-Leach-Bliley that allows financial institutions to report suspected fraud against elderly.
More exam authority for federal regulators? Maybe The Man is out to get you.
Experts cite low delinquency rates, loan and non-interest income revenue growth.
Bureau says online tool will offer easy access to public mortgage information.
Online resources include guides, blogs, newsletters and articles about bureau's mortgage regs.
Shoring up qualified mortgage safe harbor provisions could require credit unions to double down on their traditional strengths and sharply improve documentation, according to legal experts.
Opinions sometimes differed, but experts told Credit Union Times they agreed that despite continuing challenges posed by regulators and the economy, America’s credit union movement has an excellent prognosis.