Some CUs must register by Nov. 1 for the system as the CFPB abandons a hodgepodge of spreadsheets and emails in 2022.
To better plan and allocate their own resources, credit unions should begin implementing the new expected loss method now.
Democrats release an updated proposal that the credit union industry appears to remain firmly against.
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