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Reg Advocacy Report Updates NCUA, CFPB News
WASHINGTON (10/22/13)--The latest information on this week's National Credit Union Administration open board meeting, that agency's recent charitable donation proposal, and Credit Union National Association comments made in a meeting with new agency board member Richard Metsger are all featured in this week's Regulatory Advocacy Report.

This week's edition of the Report also features:
  • Details on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's interim final mortgage servicing rule and bulletin;
  • The results of CUNA's survey on how CFPB mortgage rules could impact credit unions;
  • The CFPB's release of the annual report of the student loan ombudsman;
  • CUNA's call for credit union comments on credit risk retention and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development qualified mortgage rules; and
  • Recent Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. guidance on interest rate risk management and payments processing for higher-risk merchants.
A resource chart with information on current CUNA comment calls is also provided in the Report.

For this week's Regulatory Advocacy Report, CUNA members can use the resource link. Also, use the resource links for more on CUNA's recent conversation with new NCUA board member Metsger.
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