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Credit unions can detail the compliance costs and regulatory burdens associated with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's pending proposal on mortgage servicing, and the efforts it will take to implement these changes, in a new CUNA Comment Call.  Read More
UBS Securities on Thursday joined the list of Wall Street firms that have been sued by the National Credit Union Administration. The agency alleged that UBS violated federal and state securities laws when it sold securities to U.S. Central Corporate FCU and Western Corporate FCU that caused losses.  Read More
In a letter from its national headquarters to CUNA, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service has spelled out the steps that state- and federally chartered credit unions whose tax exemptions have erroneously been revoked should take to regain their exempt status.  Read More
The Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC'') removed the name of one (1) individual whose property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to Executive Order 13573 of May 18, 2011, "Blocking Property of Senior Officials of the Government of Syria'' from the list of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons ("SDN List'').  Read more
A group of 32 legislators have urged Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray to delay remittance rule implementation until February 2015, and, in the meantime, to study how remittance regulation changes would impact consumers and financial institutions.  Read More
Reverse mortgages could soon come under Consumer Financial Protection Bureau regulation. Credit unions that offer reverse mortgages can provide their own comments on what drives their members to choose reverse mortgage products and how those members use reverse mortgage proceeds, in a new CUNA comment call.  Read More
CUNA has sought guidance with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to clarify whether a seemingly minor change in credit card account opening disclosure forms would trigger a whole new requirement for a 45-day advance notice of change in terms.  Read More

The NCUA has released a letter to credit unions and question-and-answer sheet regarding the new interest rate risk management rule, which takes effect Sept. 30, and posted it on the NCUA’s website.

The information includes the most commonly asked IRR questions the NCUA took away from four webinars on the topic, including responsibility for the creation, oversight and management of the required IRR written policy and program, measurement and monitoring requirements, internal controls, and what influence the IRR should have on management decisions.  Read More

The CFPB announced that credit unions providing 100 or fewer international money transfers annually will be exempt from the Remittance Transfer Rule that will take effect February 7, 2013.  The rule’s onerous requirements likely would have forced many credit unions to stop providing these types of transfers to their members.  The CFPB also revised certain rules related to preauthorized remittance transfers in an effort to reduce the compliance burden on institutions that will have to comply with the rule. Read More

The National Credit Union Administration sent letters Tuesday to nearly 1,000 credit unions indicating they are eligible for low-income designation. That designation brings benefits that include the ability to accept supplemental capital and an exemption from the small business lending cap under certain circumstances.  Read More

 

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