On-demand webcast: Learn the steps to take to ensure your credit union isn't a victim of fraud.
MLA Credit Card FAQ – Bona Fide and Reasonable Fees Outside the Safe Harbor.
Call on Congress to introduce legislation for a national standard of data security for retailers, merchants and credit reporting services.
The NCUA Board will hold its budget briefing today, with Beverly Zook, president and CEO of Money One Federal Credit Union, testifying on behalf of NAFCU. The agency has proposed $298.2 million in spending for 2018, up modestly from its restated 2017 budget.
As credit unions across the country continue to be the target of plaintiffs' attorneys' lawsuits challenging website compliance under the Americans with Disability Act (ADA), NAFCU is offering resources to help.
The CFPB published a new chart this week - Reportable HMDA Data: A regulatory and reporting overview reference chart - that is intended to be used as a reference tool for those data points required to be collected, recorded and reported under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA).
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, so today I'm writing about service provider data breaches and member notification rules. I'll also share some insights from a cybersecurity-related event I attended last week at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Credit unions are facing a series of upcoming regulatory compliance deadlines right now – two of the big ones are under Military Lending Act (MLA) rules, just days away; and another looms for revised Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) rules, effective the first of the year. While right now may not seem like an ideal time to talk about training and education needs, learning can be key to staying on top of the latest changes to the regulatory environment.
Download comment letter template and talking points, see a full analysis of the rule and calculate your estimated credit union refunds from the NCUA Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund.
Credit unions did not contribute to the financial crisis yet are still subject to increasing regulatory requirements mandated under the Dodd-Frank Act. Accordingly, broad-based regulatory relief continues to be a top priority for NAFCU and its member credit unions.