Posts Tagged ‘Regulation Z’

Updates to Regulation Z thresholds

Updates to Regulation Z thresholds

Trying to keep up with compliance these days can feel like you might be running in circles, or if you are like me, trying to keep up has caused an abundant loss of hair. New [...]

CFPB should increase relief in ‘rural’ definition rule

CFPB should increase relief in ‘rural’ definition rule

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) proposal regarding rural and underserved areas is a positive step, but CUNA urged the agency to take further regulatory relief steps, in a comment letter filed Monday. The CFPB [...]

Fed and CFPB increase thresholds for Regs Z and M

The Federal Reserve Board and the CFPB announced on Wednesday they would increase the dollar thresholds for exempt consumer credit and lease transactions in Regulations Z and M, which implement the Truth in Lending and [...]

Higher-Priced Mortgage Rules in Effect

by Jami Weems     In June, amendments to rules affecting higher-priced mortgages took effect, making this an opportune time for credit unions to review mortgage lending policies and procedures to ensure compliance. The concept [...]

CFPB Rule Removes Credit Card Fee Prohibition

The CFPB on Friday finalized a rule that removes the regulatory prohibition against charging fees prior to the opening of a consumer's new credit card account. The CFPB’s final rule revises a Regulation Z [...]

Stay connected to the credit union community with our free newsletter!

Delivered to the inboxes of thousands of credit union leaders daily.

You have Successfully Subscribed!