Archive Links

Consumer Archive
CU System Archive
Market Archive
Products Archive
Washington Archive

News Now

Washington
Financial reforms to be covered in two-part CUNA conference
WASHINGTON (8/17/10)—The pending changes caused by recently enacted financial regulatory reform bill will be the focus of two upcoming Credit Union National Association (CUNA) audio conference calls next week. The audio conference, which will be split into two sections scheduled for Aug. 24 and 25, will cover the overall impact of the legislation, and the implementation dates of key provisions. Debit interchange fee provisions and other important legislative changes in the new act, and their implementation, will be one focus of the discussion, which will be lead by CUNA’s Senior Vice President/Deputy General Counsel Mary Dunn, Vice President of Legislative Affairs Ryan Donovan, Senior Assistant General Counsel Jeff Bloch, and Special Projects counsel Michael Edwards. Part two of the conference will specifically address the proposed Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, as well as changes to home mortgage lending rules and truth in lending requirements. Proposed changes to credit union executive compensation, risk retention policies, and remittance policies will also be covered, as will potential changes to the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund and material loss reviews. Conference attendees will be able to submit any questions ahead of time via email. To register for the two-part CUNA audio conference, use the resource link.


RSS print
News Now LiveWire
We really want to hear from our readers. Please take the News Now survey: http://t.co/BYiQ5vr5Ob
18 minutes ago
Advanced technologies don't quell cybersecurity fears #NewsNow http://t.co/ZJ20bimRvv
50 minutes ago
.@CentralMaineCom reports #creditunions have issued thousands of new cards to proactively protect members from Home Depot data breach.
1 hours ago
.@siskiyoucu does 'littlest things' for members as it waits for toll from devastating fire in Weed, Calif
2 hours ago
Maine wracked by 100,000 compromised cards from #HomeDepotBreach http://t.co/edJuIOuBvO
3 hours ago