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NCUA Video Addresses Liquidity and Contingency Funding Plans

Agency directors provide insight into final rule.
Some CUs must have access to NCUA’s Central Liquidity Facility, the Fed’s discount window, or both.
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New Interchange Developments: What You Need to Know

CUNA’s regulatory staff outlines three key points for CUs.
District court’s decision to invalidate debit interchange fee rule compounds Durbin’s negative consequences.
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Apprise Your Appraisals

New CFPB rule requires creditors to give applicants free copies of appraisals.
CFPB amended Reg B to implement a Dodd-Frank Act amendment to the Equal Credit Opportunity Act.
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Beware Mortgage Servicing Rule Pollyanna

CFPB mortgage rule exclusion for small servicers is not a free pass.
Collective sigh of relief over small servicer exemption is premature.
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Compliance Matters

New Online Privacy Protection Rules Take Effect in July

The Federal Trade Commission adopted final amendments to the agency’s Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act
The changes go into effect on July 1, 2013.
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Fixing the International Remittance Rule

We’ll continue to push to expand the exemption level for CUs.
We’re advocating for ample compliance time, in recognition of the fact that many vendors may need additional time to get ready.
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CFPB Amends Remittance Transfer Rule

Agency announces new consumer protections and delays compliance date.
About a year ago, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) published amendments to Regulation E.
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Remittance Transfers: What Has Changed Since February?

CFPB now exempts institutions that transmit 100 or fewer transfers per year.
Prepare now for the regulation, which goes into effect Feb. 7, 2013.
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CFPB Delays Ability-to-Repay Mortgage Rules

The FCC’s do-not-call provisions under the TCPA don’t apply to tax-exempt nonprofit organizations.

Three Additional Rules From CFPB

Agency targets mortgage originations, escrow accounts, and high-cost loans.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau addresses mortgage originator standards, high-cost mortgages, and escrow accounts.
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