WASHINGTON (4/9/13)--Credit Union National Association analysis of recent releases from the National Credit Union Administration and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are among the topics featured in this week's edition of the Regulatory Advocacy Report.
Issues addressed in CUNA's weekly members-only publication on regulatory developments include:
- An NCUA legal opinion letter on the use of mail ballots in connection with special credit union board meetings;
- The NCUA Office of Minority and Women Inclusion's report on agency efforts to enhance workforce diversity;
- Credit Union National Association comments on the Electronic Payments Association's (NACHA) latest compliance and operational topics proposal;
- The CFPB's move to begin accepting consumer complaints on international remittance transfers and other money transfers; and
- NCUA guidance on Loan Workout Policies and Reporting of Troubled Debt Restructurings.
An updated chart on the CFPB's proposed and final rules is also included in the report.
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