Posts Tagged ‘Alicia Nealon’

NCUA: 10,500 FOM comments, so far

As of Tuesday, NCUA had received 10,500 comment letters in response to its proposed field-of-membership rule, the agency said. NAFCU Director of Regulatory Affairs Alicia Nealon noted that number is a record amount of [...]

FOM comments: Don’t wait for Feb. 8

FOM comments: Don’t wait for Feb. 8

NAFCU Director of Regulatory Affairs Alicia Nealon is urging credit unions to send NCUA their field-of-membership comment letters before the Feb. 8 due date. In a NAFCU’s Compliance Blog post today, she details the [...]

Webcast for board members eyes bribery, BSA issues

Webcast for board members eyes bribery, BSA issues

Credit union board members will learn about federal rules addressing bank bribery, activities that may point to insider dealing and ways to prevent Bank Secrecy Act violations during a NAFCU webcast at 2 p.m. [...]

NAFCU talks cybersecurity with NCUA

NAFCU talks cybersecurity with NCUA

NAFCU senior staff will meet with Tim Segerson, deputy director of the NCUA Office of Examination and Insurance, today to discuss the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council’s cybersecurity assessment tool. NAFCU Senior Vice President [...]

Nealon: CFPB overdraft collection is ‘regulatory overreach’

Nealon: CFPB overdraft collection is ‘regulatory overreach’

CFPB’s order that Fiserv turn over data regarding financial institutions’ overdraft data amounts to “extraordinary regulatory overreach,” NAFCU Director of Regulatory Affairs Alicia Nealon said in a statement reported Monday by Credit Union Times. [...]

Nealon: CFPB’s ‘compliment’ database initiative premature

Nealon: CFPB’s ‘compliment’ database initiative premature

CFPB should address the issues within its consumer complaint database before it turns its attention to launching a new consumer “compliment” database focusing on financial institutions, NAFCU’s Alicia Nealon said in a letter today [...]

Credit unions, get your RBC2 comments to NCUA

Credit unions, get your RBC2 comments to NCUA

Credit unions have just one more week to complete and submit their official comment letters on NCUA’s current risk-based capital proposal, and NAFCU’s regulatory advocacy team is encouraging members to give NCUA their [...]

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