2.8.2019 Regulatory Compliance Newsletter

  • First TRID Rule FAQs Posted by CFPB
  • Bureau Updates Credit Bureau List
  • Cosmetics Company Pays $996,000 for OFAC Violations
  • NCUA Publishes Technical Corrections to Regulations

2.1.2019 Regulatory Compliance Newsletter

  • Bureau Releases Report on Servicemember Complaints
  • Tax Season Has Begun – Prepare for Direct Deposits of Refunds
  • Are Your CDD Policies Ready for Your Next Exam?

1.25.2019 Regulatory Compliance Newsletter

  • CFPB Requests MLA Supervision Authority
  • Bureau Adjusts CMPs for Inflation
  • Jeweler Settles Unauthorized Credit Card Claims
  • Comments Requested for Funds Availability/Regulation CC

1.18.2019 Regulatory Compliance Newsletter

  • Federally Non-Compliant State IDs and MIP
  • NCUA Regulation and Supervision Links
  • Social Security Administration Seeks Comments on Rep Payee Program
  • Credit Unions Aid Federal Workers

1.11.2019 Regulatory Compliance Newsletter

  • NCUA Publishes Supervisory Priorities for 2019
  • NCUA Website Redesign
  • 2018 HMDA Data Filing Now Available
  • FinCEN Seeking Nominations for BSAAG
  • CDFI Bill to be Considered

12.21.2018 Regulatory Compliance Newsletter

  • NCUA to Launch Alternating Exam Pilot Program
  • NCUA to REturn to 3-Year Reg. Review
  • UBS Financial Services to Pay $15M to AML Failings
  • Advocacy Message from CUNA

12.14.2018 Regulatory Compliance Newsletter

  • Treasury Releases Report on Postal Banking
  • 2018 HMDA Platform Beta Testing
  • The NCUA Appeals Right to Define “Local Community” in Recent Court Case
  • This Week in Washington

12.7.2018 Regulatory Compliance Newsletter

  • Regulators Encourage Innovation for BSA/AML Compliance
  • NFIP Update: Short Term Extension Granted
  • VCFP Issues 2019 Regulations Z and M Dollar Thresholds
  • CUNA, Leagues, Credit Unions Talk ADA Concerns w/DOJ Roundtable
  • This Week in Washington

11.30.2018 Regulatory Compliance Newsletter

  • Proposed Amendments to Reg CC
  • FFIEC Emphasizes Risk-Focused Supervision in Second Update of the Examination Modernization Project
  • Bureau Updates Compliance and Guidance Webpage
  • FinCEN Reissues and Expands GTOs
  • FFIEC/NCUA Webinar Regarding LIBOR
  • This Week in Washington
  • CUNA Focus for Remainder of 2018
  • Proposed Rule on 401(k) Hardship Distributions

11.16.2018 Regulatory Compliance Newsletter

  • CIP, CDD, and Authorized Signers-Verifying Identity
  • Federal Judge Stays Implementation of Payday Loan Rule
  • Recent OFAC Actions
  • Is a Credit Report Fee a Finance Charge or Not?
  • CUNA Releases a Whitepaper on the Impact of the Midterm Elections
  • New Bill Proposes Fines for Executives Misusing Consumer Data