Posts Tagged ‘Michael Emancipator’

NAFCU at Treasury to talk CDFI Fund

NAFCU at Treasury to talk CDFI Fund

NAFCU Senior Regulatory Affairs Counsel Michael Emancipator is at the Treasury Department today to discuss credit union participation in the department’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund. The discussion will also focus on Treasury’s [...]

NAFCU urges NCUA collaboration with CFPB, others

NAFCU urges NCUA collaboration with CFPB, others

NAFCU Senior Regulatory Affairs Counsel Michael Emancipator on Friday urged NCUA to be more proactive in collaborating with CFPB and other regulators to ensure credit unions are not subject to conflicting or redundant regulation. “Just [...]

NAFCU meets with NCUA on FOM

NAFCU Senior Regulatory Affairs Counsel Michael Emancipator and Regulatory Affairs Counsel Ann Kossachev will meet with NCUA staff today at the agency’s headquarters to discuss the field-of-membership proposal and related issues. NCUA has said [...]

NAFCU notes corporate opportunity in call for CLF changes

NAFCU Senior Regulatory Affairs Counsel Michael Emancipator highlighted the association’s support for a rule allowing corporate credit unions to have a correspondent relationship with the Central Liquidity Facility, in a letter to NCUA Monday. [...]

NAFCU at meetings on cybersecurity, payments systems

NAFCU at meetings on cybersecurity, payments systems

NAFCU Senior Regulatory Affairs Counsel Michael Emancipator on Monday attended an Obama administration-led meeting on the administration’s development of a plan to enhance cybersecurity awareness and protections. The meeting focused on potential cyber-threats to [...]

NAFCU: Move to 18-month exam cycle doable now

NAFCU presses its case for moving low-risk credit unions to an 18-month examination cycle, authority for credit unions to purchase mortgage servicing rights and more in its comment letter sent to NCUA Tuesday on a [...]

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. [...]

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