Former ACUA Administrator says he didn’t pen the suspension letter; attorney Jay Smyth denies prior knowledge of the suspensions.
Thirty-five retail and financial industry players will serve on two Federal Reserve payments task forces.
DATELINE MAY 28, 1990: Treasury hopes new money laundering regulations hit drug rings in their wallets.
NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz sets boundaries with FinCEN Director Jennifer Shasky Calvery.
DATELINE JULY 16, 1990 : Have credit unions gone from the era of deregulation to over-regulation?
DATELINE APRIL 23, 1990 : With bankers on the attack, NAFCU says why draw attention with FOM expansion?
NAFCU reacts to a leaked report scrutinizing more than 50 credit unions that may be vulnerable to money laundering.
A leaked report covered by the Wall Street Journal looks at 50 credit unions susceptible to money laundering.
Public comments initiative launches Thursday with a field meeting in Milwaukee, Wis.
The trade group also announces it will gain one employee from the ICBA.