Compliance

CUNA Urges CFPB to Provide Reg Relief

January 23, 2012
CUNA cites need to address a number of issues, including ATM disclosures and HMDA triggers. READ MORE

Court OKs Up-Front Card Fees

January 13, 2012
The original rule regarding the limitation of fees during the first year after an account is opened remains in place and credit unions should continue to comply with it. READ MORE

Compliance Q&A: Branch Office Closures

January 13, 2012
Also covered are questions about NMLS administrators, FCRA negative information notices, and garnishment orders. READ MORE

What’s Happening on the BSA Front?

January 13, 2012
Here’s a BSA update, highlighting recent actions by FinCEN, which oversees compliance with BSA/anti-money laundering. READ MORE

Credit Reports: Useful Screen Or Lawsuit Unforeseen?

January 11, 2012
Before requesting that next credit report, make sure you comply with new restrictions imposed through state and federal laws. READ MORE

Beware ATM Fee Lawsuits

January 02, 2012
CUNA and CUNA Mutual offer nine risk-mitigation strategies. READ MORE

Compliance Burden Grows Heavier

January 01, 2012
The current regulatory environment is fast-paced and unrelenting. READ MORE

Compliance Matters

January 01, 2012
CFPB update, remittance transfers, HUD proposed discrimination standards, and private education loans. READ MORE

Investigate Unauthorized Transactions

December 22, 2011
NCUA indicates some of the most common consumer complaints are related to unauthorized transactions and Regulation E. READ MORE

CFPB Takes on Perennial Challenge as First Big Test

December 21, 2011
It would be a rare win-win if the new bureau could streamline the mortgage process for lenders in a way borrowers could understand. READ MORE

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New Year’s Resolution: Brush up on TILA’s Right to Rescind?

In her post on November 18, 2014, my colleague Jennifer Anderson-Kapke made you aware of a case pending before the United States Supreme Court (“SCOTUS”) – Jesinoski v. Countrywide Home Loans. SCOTUS rendered its decision in the case on January 13th. Let’s take a look at what your credit union needs to know. Background On […]

Treasury Lightens Sanctions on Cuba

Anyone a fan of Cuban cigars?  Many people are.  And to be honest, this is probably motivated in part because of the unobtainable factor, since the US has had strong sanctions against Cuba for quite some time. What does this have to do with Credit Union compliance you ask?  Well, effective January 16th, a Cuban […]

#NCUA Releases Risk-Based Capital Proposal

Round two of the risk-based capital proposal has begun. The NCUA board in a 2 to 1 decision voted to issue a second risk-based capital proposal, which contains significant changes from the previously proposed rule. Most notably, NCUA adjusted the asset size of credit unions that are subject to the risk-based net worth ratio requirements. […]
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