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Few credit unions are subject to the CFPB’s rule on remittances because most do not issue more than 100 remittances each year, the bureau said in a new study.

Fewer than 25% of the credit unions that offer remittance services offer 100 or more remittances each year—the threshold necessary to have to comply with the agency rule.

David Baumann

Credit Union Times

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