NASCUS Report Archives

Proposal attempts to clarify appraisal waiver processes

(Jan. 14, 2022) Clarifying processes available for federal regulators to consider temporary waiver relief for appraisals by making “a clear distinction” between a request by a state appraiser regulatory agency...

Call report for 1Q updated for CCULR

(Jan. 14, 2022) Changes in risk-based capital requirements for federally insured credit unions have triggered changes in call reports, effective for the first quarter of 2022, NCUA said this week....

More time added for diversity self-assessments

(Jan. 14, 2022) More than two more weeks – to Jan. 31 – have been added for federally insured credit unions (FICUs) to complete and submit the voluntary Credit Union...

CFPB reminds medical debt collectors of obligations

(Jan. 14, 2022) A reminder to debt collectors of their obligations when collecting medical debts to comply with federal prohibitions on misrepresentations and unfair practices was issued Thursday by the...

Agencies seek solutions for ‘digital identity proofing’

(Jan. 14, 2022) Measuring the effectiveness of digital identity proofing – the process used to collect, validate and verify information about a person – is the aim of a “tech...

Phony entity poses as a credit union with a bank charter

(Jan. 14, 2022) Entities using a “multitude” of fictitious names and websites – including as a credit union — are purporting to offer banking services in the state of Florida,...

State System Summit on the radar for Aug. 15-17

(Jan. 14, 2022) Aug. 15-17 are the dates for the NASCUS State System Summit (S3), set for Huntington Beach, Calif., the association announced this week. The yearly event – the...

Planning underway for April 12-14 National Meeting

(Jan. 14, 2022) And, for regulators, don’t forget that April 12-14 are the dates for the National Regulator Meeting to be held in San Diego. Exclusively open to state regulators...

BRIEFLY: Clarida resignation will leave three seats open on Fed Board; Powell testifies for a second term as chair

(Jan. 14, 2022) There will soon be three vacancies on the governing board of the nation’s central bank, as the current vice chair resigned, effective today (Jan. 14). Citing only...

For 2022, new leader Knight to follow closely mission, purpose outlined by leadership

(Jan. 7, 2022) NASCUS will follow closely in 2022 its mission and purpose as adopted by association leadership in 2021, new NASCUS President and CEO Brian Knight said this week...

Nominations for Harper, Fed leaders, resubmitted

(Jan. 7, 2022) The nomination of Todd M. Harper to be reappointed chairman of the NCUA Board, for a six-year term to run through April 2027, was resubmitted by the...