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  • CFPB posts new webinar on its HMDA resources (Friday, July 22, 2016)
    CFPB on Thursday posted a new webinar providing an overview of the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act final rule that also addresses institutional and transactional coverage, the data disclosure and submission process and a reminder of some key dates for those financial institutions required to file.
  • NAFCU wraps up advocacy efforts at RNC, looks ahead to DNC (Friday, July 22, 2016)
    NAFCU's Chad Adams and Meghan Brady continued their advocacy efforts for credit unions with a focus on regulatory relief Thursday during the final day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
  • NAFCU opposes incentive-based compensation proposal for CUs (Friday, July 22, 2016)
    The interagency proposed rule on incentive-based compensation, released in April, is too broad and should not apply to credit unions, NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger said in an official comment letter Thursday to NCUA.
  • 5-year NCUA plan eliminates calendar-year exam cycle (Friday, July 22, 2016)
    The NCUA Board Thursday announced the elimination of a calendar-year exam cycle for every federal credit union, and for all federally insured state-chartered credit unions with more than $250 million in assets as part of its 2017-2021 strategic plan - a move welcomed by NAFCU.
  • Comments on CFPB payday proposal now due Oct. 7 (Friday, July 22, 2016)
    The comment deadline for CFPB's payday lending proposal has been pushed from Sept. 14 to Oct. 7.
  • Existing-home sales up 1.1% (Friday, July 22, 2016)
    Existing-home sales increased 1.1 percent in June - reaching the strongest sales pace since February 2007, according to a NAFCU Macro Data Flash.
  • Berger: CUs still suffering under Dodd-Frank (Friday, July 22, 2016)
    NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger, marking the sixth anniversary of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, on Thursday called for regulatory relief for credit unions and for CFPB to use its exemption authority as Congress intended.
  • $2.7M in NCUA budget savings projected by year-end (Friday, July 22, 2016)
    NCUA is projecting the agency's expenditures will come in about $2.7 below budget by year-end, staff told the agency board during Thursday's open meeting.
  • 2017 NCUSIF premium, if there is one, seen at 0-6bp (Friday, July 22, 2016)
    NCUA will address any need for a share insurance premium during the agency's open board meeting in September, staff said Thursday, but for now any premium for next year is estimated to be within a range of 0-6 basis points.
  • 5-year NCUA plan cuts calendar-year exam cycle (Thursday, July 21, 2016)
    The NCUA Board today announced the elimination of a calendar-year exam cycle for every federal credit union, and for all federally insured state-chartered credit unions with more than $250 million in assets as part of its 2017-2021 strategic plan - a move welcomed by NAFCU.
  • NAFCU talks CU issues with lawmakers at RNC (Thursday, July 21, 2016)
    NAFCU's advocacy efforts continued at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland Wednesday as the association's Chad Adams and Meghan Brady discussed credit union issues with leading lawmakers.
  • Berger sets record straight on CU tax exemption, MBL (Thursday, July 21, 2016)
    NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger wrote Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, Wednesday to set the record straight on misinformation surrounding the credit union tax exemption, NCUA's recent MBL rulemaking and the agency's field-of-membership proposal.
  • Cicis data breach hit 135 locations (Thursday, July 21, 2016)
    KrebsOnSecurity reported Wednesday that the Cicis Pizza data breach reported last month affected credit cards used in more than 135 of the restaurant's locations.
  • FinCEN FAQs address customer due diligence (Thursday, July 21, 2016)
    The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network this week published a "frequently asked questions" document to help financial institutions determine how they are affected by a final rule issued in May on customer due diligence under the Bank Secrecy Act.
  • NCUA Board eyes mid-year budget, NCUSIF report today (Thursday, July 21, 2016)
    The NCUA Board is slated to address the 2016 mid-year budget review during its open meeting today, which will also include a quarterly report on the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund and briefing on the agency's 2017-2021 strategic plan.
  • Metsger, McWatters talk budget briefing in NCUA Report (Thursday, July 21, 2016)
    The July issue of The NCUA Report, now online, features a column from NCUA Board Chairman Rick Metsger on the agency's upcoming public budget briefing and outlines the potential economic and interest rate scenarios credit unions should be aware of following the U.K.'s decision to leave the European Union.
  • WSJ: Some at Fed see September rate hike (Wednesday, July 20, 2016)
    Some Federal Reserve officials believe an interest rate increase is possible as early as September, according to The Wall Street Journal.
  • NCUA, FTC slate military consumer live chat (Wednesday, July 20, 2016)
    NCUA and the Federal Trade Commission will co-host a live Twitter chat on servicemember financial issues July 27 at 11 a.m. Eastern.
  • NAFCU Monitor survey eyes arbitration, responses due Aug. 1 (Wednesday, July 20, 2016)
    Responses for a NAFCU Economic & CU Monitor survey on the use of arbitration clauses are due Aug. 1.
  • RNC Day 2: NAFCU meets with lawmakers (Wednesday, July 20, 2016)
    NAFCU's Carrie Hunt and Chad Adams met with several lawmakers on the second day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, including Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant and Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss.
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