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October 23, 2014

44 CUs to pay total $17,111 for late filings

Washington
Forty-four of the 75 credit unions cited for failing to file their second quarter 2014 call reports on time were determined to be out of compliance and have consented to civil money penalties totaling $17,111. ReadMore

Johnson, Crapo want regulators' accounting of cybersecurity actions

Washington
The leadership of the Senate Banking Committee is seeking information from the National Credit Union Administration, the other federal financial regulators and the U.S. Treasury Department on what actions are being taken to protect the financial system from threats posed by cyberattacks. ReadMore

McWatters visits CUNA D.C. office

Washington
National Credit Union Administration board member J. Mark McWatters Tuesday visited the CUNA Washington office and met with CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle. ReadMore

Top lobbyists list: Nussle steady on tax fight with banks

Washington
In its annual list of Washington's top lobbyists, The Hill newspaper named CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle to its recognition roster after just a month in CUNA's top job. ReadMore

Webinar explores impact of CDFI CUs

Washington
David Meyer said Wednesday that credit unions are often natural fits for the U.S. Treasury Department's Community Development Financial Institutions Program since many credit unions are already involved in the types of activities the CDFI program is intended to promote. Meyer is acting program manager for the the CDFI Program's certification compliance monitoring and evaluation department. ReadMore

Today's NCUA agenda: Corporate CUs, flood area loans

Washington
It's another light agenda for the National Credit Union Administration's monthly board meeting, which is scheduled for 10 a.m. (ET) today. ReadMore

Minor changes approved for CFPB mortgage rules

Washington
Several adjustments to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's mortgage rules were finalized Wednesday, including changes that will help certain nonprofits continue to provide mortgage credit. ReadMore

Fair lending webinar details requirements, best practices

Washington
Seven federal regulators, including the National Credit Union Administration, took part in webinar covering fair lending issues and other hot topics Wednesday. ReadMore

New OSCUI website will allow CUs to research vendors, service providers

Washington
To assist small credit unions with researching credit union vendors and service providers, the National Credit Union Administration's Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives will soon launch a service on its website. ReadMore

Inside Washington (10/23/14)

Washington

WASHINGTON (10 23 14) The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission oversees Wall Street's most complex financial instruments and some officials at that agency have concerns that banks may be trying to hide asset

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NCUA confirmed earlier indications that there would be no National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund premium for 2014.
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From @FHFA this a.m.: U.S. house prices up 0.5% in Aug. on seasonally adjusted basis from previous month. More here: http://t.co/1yVDOPggeX
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