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Audio conference to cover NCUA CFPB priorities
WASHINGTON (9/7/12)--Recent National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) multi-featured lending (MFL) guidance, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) remittance transfer rule, and that agency's latest mortgage proposals will all be addressed during the Credit Union National Association's (CUNA) upcoming quarterly pressing compliance issues audio conference.

The 1.5 hour-long CUNA conference will begin at 2 p.m. ET on Sept. 11.

CUNA Senior Vice President for Compliance Kathy Thompson, Senior Compliance Counsel Mike McLain, Director of Compliance Information Valerie Moss, Federal Compliance Counsel Colleen Kelly and Senior Assistant General Counsel Jared Ihrig will host the conference. CUNA Mutual Group Director of Regulatory Compliance Bill Klewin will also discuss how the recent MFL guidance could impact that company's LOANLINER program.

The audio conference will also address:

  • The Financial Crime Enforcement Network's latest advisory on identifying and reporting suspicious activity related to mortgage fraud;
  • Changes that have been made as a result of a recent National Flood Insurance Program extension;
  • Servicemember Civil Relief Act developments; and
  • The NCUA's work regarding credit union risk exposure.
To register for the audio conference, use the resource link.


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