Matt Gerber said he’s gotten a lot of calls lately from credit unions with an immediate need they haven’t had before. The examiners are coming and his clients need to prove they have their heads in the clouds.
Clearly, the challenge of fraud prevention in the banking industry continues to be paramount in the minds of institutions and consumers alike – and the cost and implications don’t stop there.
The new, six-page paper includes business practices that can be used to create internal policies and procedures.
Regulator group says financial institutions, including credit unions, have to consider fundamentals of risk and risk management.
Here are some guidelines that can help as the FFIEC's new online banking security expectations take hold.
NCUA’s examiner training in Orlando last month and listening sessions this summer are a step in the right direction, trade organizations say, and senior NCUA officials have been open to discuss exam issues and ways to improve the process.
Over the past several years, confusion has grown concerning acceptable and proper methods and techniques for credit union member business loan classification and risk ratings. This dilemma surprises no one as the credit union industry has not established a uniform system for business loan classification and risk ratings.
Faced with uncertainty over whether H.R. 3461 will pass and positive signs from the NCUA that it will consider improving exam procedures and streamline regulations, CUNA has asked the regulator to implement some provisions of the Financial Institutions Examination Fairness and Reform Act now.
Trade group asks agency to implement changes before proposed law is passed.
Credit unions who haven't already should update their assessment now to help avoid negative findings during the next examination.