Quantcast
Sunday, November 23, 2014
NCUA To Issue Revised Risk-Based Capital Rule in January
ALEXANDRIA, Va.— NCUA announced the agency will issue its revised proposed rule on risk-based capital at its Jan. 15 board meeting.
  more »
WASHINGTON — Payment operators should prioritize consumer protection as bad actors access networks like the automated clearing house and the industry tries to increase transaction speeds, a key regulator said Thursday. more »
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Only 47 federally insured credit unions filed late Call Reports more »
ARLINGTON,Va. — NASCUS kicked off its inaugural cyber security symposium last Thursday, and judging from attendance, there will be a repeat performance next year. more »
During the past week, consumer and industry groups have lobbied the agency in different directions, with consumer groups arguing the agency did not go far enough and lenders saying it went too far in seeking more data from lenders. more »
WASHINGTON — Federal regulators released a document summarizing their general findings from recent cybersecurity assessments at community-size financial institutions. more »
NCUA said in a press release Friday that it has barred three former credit union employees from working at a federally insured financial institution. more »
What initially appeared to be a listening session by a key federal regulator about access to checking accounts has sparked concerns that the agency may be seeking to go much further in dictating how and when credit unions and banks open accounts for consumers. more »
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — NCUA is set to receive more than $17,000 in fines from 44 credit unions that have agreed to civil money penalties as a result of filing late second-quarter call reports. more »
WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau finalized a rule Monday that will allow institutions that limit the amount of customer data they share to post annual privacy notices online rather than by paper delivery. more »
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court could have a say in how regulators issue guidance on interpretive rules that are not subject to notice and comment, which could have ramifications for NCUA and the credit union community. more »
SAN DIEGO — Volunteer directors have many duties at their credit unions, but according to NCUA Vice Chairman Rick Metsger one of the most important is being a watchdog for the CU. more »
Credit unions and banks are having pressure complying with regulatory requirements when it comes to managing risk, according to a study from Wolters Kluwer Financial Services. more »
Regulators recently offered a rare behind-the-scenes glimpse of what areas they are targeting for enforcement, saying that potential fair lending violations and how mortgages are priced and serviced remain top priorities for the future. more »
twitter
facebook
Apr 08 - 10 | Card Forum & Expo

Chicago Downtown Marriott
Chicago, IL
More Info

House Hunters -- CU edition
This spot from IH Mississippi Valley CU shows just a few of the ways consumers hunt for a new home, while also subtly showing off ways to access the credit union via phone, tablet and laptop.
Already a subscriber? Log in here
Please note you must now log in with your email address and password.