In what CUNA Deputy General Counsel Mary Dunn acknowledged has become a somewhat rare occurrence, CUNA has commented in a largely approving manner on the NCUA's most recent proposal for how CUs should track troubled debt restructured loans.
The issue of lawyers filing a growing number of lawsuits over ATMs missing disclosure signs has moved from being a mere nuisance to credit unions to meetings with federal lawmakers and President Obama’s administration seeking relief.
While the newly launched Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has received considerable attention and criticism, the focus for most credit unions is on the NCUA’s Office of Consumer Protection.
Trade group plans to monitor merchant practices with password-protected Web reporting.
CUNA is calling on the NCUA to withdraw or substantially revise its proposal that includes new monitoring rules for CUSOs.
Letter to agency argues that regulators already have "a number of options" to ensure credit unions not get into trouble.
CU leaders want update on agency actions in capitalization and provider services.
Experts are mulling the import of what may be more than just technical changes in Part 704 rules by the NCUA.
Now CUNA has weighed in with its proposed changes to NCUA’s suggested rules for permitting credit unions to invest in derivatives
The definition of what or will not constitute a qualified residential mortgage may be the most important and least appreciated or understood financial regulation facing credit unions this year.