How credit unions can understand and manage the compliance risks related to their advertising.
Two credit unions speak out about regulatory consent orders. The action suggests a new public relations trend.
This opinion piece looks at how new CFPB rules could induce "brain freeze" for credit union mortgage lenders.
While it would seem like credit card compliance issues are in the rearview mirror, now is the perfect time for credit unions to review their procedures to ensure they remain compliant.
They are Jiji Bahhur, now director of compliance, and Michael Coleman, now director of regulatory affairs, the trade group said.
Steve Van Beek has left NAFCU to join the business law practice of Howard & Howard at the firm’s office in the Detroit suburb of Royal Oak, Mich.
Shoring up qualified mortgage safe harbor provisions could require credit unions to double down on their traditional strengths and sharply improve documentation, according to legal experts.
In wake of CFPB rules, legal experts advise: Strengthen those protections through better communications, documentation.
According to Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) and 46 co-sponsoring House Democrats, the Federal Reserve’s opt-in rule for courtesy pay didn’t go far enough.
Remittances, overdraft rules and two more reasons to be concerned. This list is from the May 2 print edition of Credit Union Times.