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CUNA Advocacy Report: April 20

Apr
23
CUNA Advocacy Report: April 20

The latest CUNA Regulatory Advocacy Report is now available, covering  a range of issues including a letter from NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz . CUNA's Examination and Supervision Subcommittee will be following up on several of these issues, such as NCUA’s examination review. The report includes:

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CUNA Regulatory Advocacy Report

Mar
19
CUNA Regulatory Advocacy Report

Here is the latest Regulatory Advocacy Report from the Credit Union National Association (CUNA). Due to CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference, the next report won’t be produced until March 30, 2012. If you have any questions regarding the Advocacy report, please contact MCUA Chief Advocacy Officer Peggy Nalls or MCUA Compliance & Advocacy VP John Thomas. The CUNA Regulatory Advocacy Report includes:

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Send Comments to CFPB About Overdraft Protection Programs

Mar
05
Send Comments to CFPB About Overdraft Protection Programs

Missouri credit unions have an opportunity to weigh in on overdraft protection programs with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  The Bureau is asking for information regarding overdraft programs and their costs, benefits and risks to consumers.  In addition to financial institutions, consumers and third party processors are also being asked to share their comments. The CFPB states that it plans to use the information to evaluate any potential consumer protection issues raised by overdraft programs

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NCUA/CFPB Town Hall Meeting Summary

Feb
13
NCUA/CFPB Town Hall Meeting Summary

On February 8, the CFPB held a joint Town Hall Meeting with NCUA, which was webcast. NCUA will not be archiving it for several weeks, so we wanted to provide a short summary.

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CUNA Seeks Guidance and Clarification on MFOEL

Feb
03
CUNA Seeks Guidance and Clarification on MFOEL

Last week, Bill Cheney, CUNA president reported that CUNA staff and CUNA Mutual are working with NCUA and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to pursue concerns relating to the regulation of Multi-Featured Open-End Lending (MFOEL). Earlier this week, Senior staff from CUNA submitted correspondence to NCUA which would seek to have the agency revise or supplement its Letter to Federal Credit Unions 10-FCU-02 in order to provide more clarity for credit unions offering these MFOEL programs.

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Missouri Makes First Hike the Hill of 2012

Jan
20
Missouri Makes First Hike the Hill of 2012

Missouri credit union leaders visited with federal lawmakers as part of the first credit union Hike the Hill of 2012 in Washington, D.C.   The event began with a

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CFPB Publishes Mortgage Exam Procedures

Jan
18
CFPB Publishes Mortgage Exam Procedures

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) published its Mortgage Origination Examination Procedures on January 11. These procedures are a field guide for CFPB examiners looking at mortgage originators in both the bank and nonbank sectors of the industry.

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Missouri Starts Hike the Hill with CFPB

Jan
18
Missouri Starts Hike the Hill with CFPB

 

To kick off its January Hike the Hill, the Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) arranged a meeting with Elizabeth Vale and Barton Shapiro of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on January 17 in Washington D.C.  For the second time in five months, Missouri representatives were able to communicate directly with Vale about issues facing the industry.  Vale stressed the importance of open communication between credit unions and the CFPB.

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Missouri Credit Unions CFPB Meeting Following New Director Appointment

Jan
09
Missouri Credit Unions CFPB Meeting Following New Director Appointment

Missouri credit union leaders are scheduled to meet with members of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) staff less than two weeks after President Barack Obama appointed Richard Cordray as CFPB Director.  The meeting will take place during the Missouri Hike the Hill on January 17.  Missouri representatives will meet with Elizabeth Vale, who heads CFPB’s efforts with credit unions and community banks.

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