Comptroller of Currency now heads joint regulatory council for two-year term.
Toll-free phone or website access to consumers to make state or federal complaints about appraisals.
In the credit union system, expanding compliance requirements and increasing complexity of operations have made the work of credit union executives and their examiners more challenging. In an effort to assist the credit union system, NASCUS has prepared the following summary of supervisory priorities for the year. This summary incorporates...
There’s no doubt that member demand for convenient banking services such as remote deposit capture and person-to-person payments is high. But some credit unions may be overwhelmed by the homework required to implement these services, especially the need to comply with applicable regulations such as Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering.
A trusted disaster recovery plan not only ensures credit unions that their data will be safe should a system failure occur, Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council examination guidelines require financial institutions to have one in place.
Effort addresses rules finalized last month on qualified mortgages, ability to repay.
Agency also elevates position to direct report to NCUA Board.
DDoS attacks have been confirmed that have taken down two credit unions and several large banks’ websites. It’s been proven our entire financial system is vulnerable. While stealing personal information doesn’t seem to have been at play, this is a critical concern for the entire financial services industry.
Regulators fiddle while Rome set to burn.
The creeping economic recovery has pushed credit unions to think more creatively to generate new revenues and efficiencies. A story we posted referring to Kern Schools Federal Credit Union last year drew an angry comment from a member recently.