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MCUA Opposes FHFA's Proposed Adjustment to G-Fees

Dec
03

The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) filed a comment letter with the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) in response to its proposal to adjust the guarantee fees (g-fees) that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the GSEs) charge for single-family mortgages in certain

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Missouri Participates in National Hike the Hill

Nov
30

Credit union representatives from Missouri joined hundreds of credit union advocates and small business owners from across the country for National Hike the Hill on November 27-28. The nine representatives made a final in-person grassroots push for the credit union member business lending legislation at Missouri U.S. Senate and House offices. 

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Action Anticipated on Privacy Notification Act

Nov
30

The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to take action on a bill credit unions are watching closely.  H.R. 5817, the Eliminate Privacy Notice Confusion Act,  is expected to be on the House floor on December 3. 

This bill would eliminate the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act requirement for financial institutions to send out annual privacy notices each year, even if their privacy policies have not changed.  Notifications would be required ONLY when changes to any policy or practice related to the privacy of the member is changed.

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Credit Unions Host Freshman Legislators

Nov
29

More than 30 newly elected legislators enjoyed a family-style dinner with credit union representatives during the 97th General Assembly freshman orientation. The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) sponsored the dinner to promote positive working relationships among credit union leaders and the incoming group of representatives and senators.

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CFPB Delays Effective Date of Remittance Transfer Rule

Nov
27

On November 27, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced that it intends to make changes to the final rule governing international remittance transfers (Regulation E, Subpart B) and delay the effective date, which was originally scheduled for February 7, 2013. This comes after numerous credit unions, state leagues and national associations voiced their concerns over the rule. 

The proposed changes are:

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MO District 44 Rep Caleb Rowden Meets with Missouri Credit Union Association

Nov
27

Newly elected State Representative Caleb Rowden (R-District 44) met with David Kent of the Missouri Credit Union Association in downtown Columbia on Wednesday, November 21. The two discussed the upcoming 97th General Assembly as well as issues important to both District 44 and the Representative.

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MBL Call to Action: Call Senate Offices Following National Hike the Hill

Nov
26

Nine Missouri credit union representatives joined more than 500 credit union advocates and small business owners from across the country for National Hike the Hill on November 27-28 to make a final in-person grassroots push the for credit union member business lending legislation.  Missouri participants included two business owners and a credit union lending officer to share the member business lending story.

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CFPB Updates

Nov
26

CFPB Financial Report|

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Upcoming Comment Letters to NCUA

Nov
26

The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) continues to press the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) to provide additional regulatory relief for credit unions, so that credit unions can devote more resources to serving their members.  In that connection, here is a brief summary of upcoming comment letters:

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MCUA Comments on Size Definitions

Nov
21

Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) submitted two comment letters to the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) and the Small Business Administration (SBA) regarding "small entity" and "small business" size definitions. 

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