Financial institutions around the world were recently frightened again by news of a massive attack that siphoned nearly $2.5 billion from commercial accounts held at multiple financial institutions in the U.S., Europe and Latin America.
Ad posting seeks employees to ferret out, help prosecute “investigative problems for which there are few, if any, established criteria.”
Regulatory fallout from the housing crash, the Credit Card Act of 2009 and the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are making the daily duties of a loan officer look increasingly more like those of a compliance officer. Below are the most burdensome, difficult and confusing current regulations and proposed rules...
The National Retail Federation has urged the Federal Trade Commission to move cautiously in establishing regulations for mobile payments.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau remains officially leaderless.
Illinois senator blasts lengthy disclosures, asks FTC to study impact of interchange fee cap.
A survey of federal government employees placed the NCUA on the top 10 list in three of four government performance categories.
Prerecorded cellular telephone calls from a debt collector aren’t allowed unless a consumer has agreed to allow them, a federal court ruled has ruled.
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act regulations covering collections from estates especially relevant to CUs using third-party collectors.
CUs that use credit scores in underwriting loans face new disclosure rules