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NCUA releases 2011 regulatory review targets
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (4/28/11)--Bank Secrecy Act compliance, debt collection procedures, and Freedom of Information Act requests are among the items that are scheduled to be reviewed by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) in 2011. Regulations covering security programs, suspected crime reports, and suspicious transactions are on the agenda, as are rules addressing records preservation programs, appendices-record retention guidelines and catastrophic act preparedness guidelines. Post-employment restrictions for some NCUA examiners will also be reviewed. The NCUA reviews its full regulatory catalogue every three years, and schedules reviews of portions of its regulations on a rotating basis. The agency in its release said that its goal is to ensure that “all regulations are clearly articulated and easily understood.” Comments on the clarity and content of the regulations are welcome, the agency added. The NCUA will accept comment on these items until August 5. For the full release, with the entire list of rules to be reviewed, use the resource link.
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