Posts Tagged ‘Regulators’

Regulators, mount up!

Regulators, mount up!

Not to show my age, but like many, I happen to be a child of the 90s. I was reminded of that this past weekend when an “I Love the 90s” group of recording artists [...]

Waiting to implement an overdraft program could cost you

Waiting to implement an overdraft program could cost you

In today’s highly regulated environment, financial institutions remain focused on any and all regulatory announcements and rulings regarding issues that affect their performance and profitability. For instance, in mid-May the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ([...]

On Credit Union Compliance: 11 vendor management resources

On Credit Union Compliance: 11 vendor management resources

Managing credit union vendor relationships continues to be complicated for two reasons. One is the increasing complexity of the vendor relationships themselves. Credit unions need to work with a variety of vendors, and sometimes even [...]

Credit union leaders continue march on Capitol Hill

Credit union leaders continue march on Capitol Hill

Credit union leaders from throughout the country visited Washington, D.C. last week for their Hike-the-Hill visits, during which they received updates on the latest issues from CUNA and brought many of those issues to [...]

Reforming the financial services revolving door

Reforming the financial services revolving door

by: Lisa Gilbert Regulatory capture, revolving door, conflicts of interest — these are just a few of the phrases used to describe a systemic corruption of government caused by the movement of high-level officials back and [...]

Regulators attend Alabama One board meeting

Regulators attend Alabama One board meeting

by: David Morrison Alabama Credit Union Administration Chairman and Administrator Sarah Moore, along with at least two ACUA staff and at least two NCUA staff, met behind closed doors with the board of directors of [...]

Low-income credit unions and secondary capital

Low-income credit unions and secondary capital

The Federal Credit Union Act allows low-income credit unions to count secondary or supplemental capital as part of their net worth. Seventy-five credit unions, excluding Texans CU (Richardson, TX) and A.E.A FCU (Yuma, [...]

When small credit unions take on big BSA responsibilities

When small credit unions take on big BSA responsibilities

by: Henry Meier If you were sitting around the Thanksgiving table struggling to come up with things to be thankful for, then here’s one for you, after the fact:  be thankful you are not [...]

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