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North Carolina regulators approve a temporary MBL rule
to coincide with NCUA’s recent MBL Rule.
CUNA filed an amicus brief that supports credit union members’ ability to use credit cards without being charged
a fee or surcharge.
The study ignores or misunderstands how certain regulations apply to overdraft services, and it also fails to consider how credit unions differ from banks when offering overdraft services and assumes they are of little to no benefit to consumers.
A quick summary from a CFPB blog post.
Patent trolling legislation is on the verge of being
enacted in Michigan.
court heard arguments from the U.S Attorney, who is representing NCUA and
Several groups expressed concerns that they could not locate documented ex parte communications to proposed rules or noticed that the documentation of such communications were publicly available in noticeably varying timeframes on regulations.gov.
This opens the door for a Republican led Commission in the new Administration.
Here's a list of a few issues that may be of interest.
We sent a letter to the Department of Defense urging them to answer some of our questions.
CUNA expressed our ongoing concerns with a proposed Consumer Response Company Response Survey.
Here are some highlights from the past year.
This new FOM proposal would make two
important additional changes to NCUA’s rules.
The final FOM rule provides
much needed regulatory relief for credit unions. It modernizes FOM regulations, giving credit
unions more flexibility in defining the communities that they serve and thus
gives consumers more choice for financial services.
The CFPB currently has "unprecedented authority over financial institutions, with minimal oversight,” leading to “regulatory uncertainty for consumers, industry, and the economy.”
This week, the Consumer Federation of America held its
annual Financial Services Conference and credit union advocates were on hand to
explain the credit union difference.
We try to clarify what will happen with the FCC under the Trump Administration.
CUNA has urged the CFPB not to move forward with any new regulations for overdraft services for credit unions through education about how credit union members use overdraft services.
This raises a few concerns due to CFPB's circumvention of Notice and Comment process of rulemaking, among other things.
We list a few key highlights from the agenda.
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