This week: NAFCU monitors CUBMA, FOMC meeting, CFPB SBREFA panel
This week, NAFCU is tracking House action on the Credit Union Board Modernization Act (CUBMA) and will monitor the Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC) first meeting of 2023, which begins tomorrow and ends Wednesday. The association will also monitor the CFPB’s path towards implementing section 1033 of the Dodd-Frank Act as it proceeds with a required review of small business impact under the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act (SBREFA).
CUBMA (H.R. 582) is set to be considered by the House this evening under suspension of the rules. Reps. Juan Vargas, D-Calif., and Bill Huizenga, R-Mich., last week reintroduced the bill that would revise language in the Federal Credit Union Act related to the requirement that credit union boards meet once a month.
The House passed CUBMA last year but it wasn’t advanced by the Senate, requiring reintroduction with the start of a new congressional session. NAFCU Senior Director of Legislative Affairs Chad Adams, during NAFCU’s Q4 Member Webinar in December, predicted CUBMA would be taken up early because of the bipartisan support and groundwork NAFCU helped build.
NAFCU last week detailed some concerns with the CFPB’s outline of proposals to implement section 1033 of the Dodd-Frank Act – related consumer access to their financial data – calling on the bureau to ensure its implementation avoids “unfairly burden[ing] credit unions with enormous compliance costs and ultimately distort[ing] the financial sector’s competitive landscape.”
Also happening this week:
- today, comments are due to NAFCU in response to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s proposed rule to implement the regulations that will govern access to and safeguards of beneficial ownership information – view the association’s Regulatory Alert; and
- Wednesday, the association will host the first webinar in a series on preparing for the Federal Reserve’s FedNow service, which is expected to be available mid-2023.
Stay tuned to NAFCU Today for the latest out of Washington.
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