Feb. 4, 2022 NASCUS Report

THIS WEEK: CFPB staying quiet on overdraft for now; Alert reminds of HMDA threshold; FDIC chairman leaves; NCUA Board offers honors; Fed nominees face hearing … as panel sets confirmation vote; Knight notes Black History Month; A final word … one more word (and more NR)

Bureau regulatory agenda mute on overdraft programs – for now

Feb. 4, 2022  — The phrase “overdraft protection” does not appear in the “semiannual regulatory agenda” published this week by the CFPB in the Federal Register. But there may be…

Alert reminds of threshold for collecting HMDA data

(Feb. 4, 2022) A reminder that federally insured credit unions must comply with rules governing disclosure in mortgage loans, particularly those meeting four criteria, is outlined by NCUA in a…

FDIC chairman steps down; NCUA leaders offer praise

(Feb. 4, 2022) FDIC Board Chairman Jelena McWilliams is scheduled to step down today (Friday, Feb. 4), following through on the announcement she made late last month. In her resignation…

Fed nominees sit for confirmation hearing

(Feb. 4, 2022) Three nominees for seats on the Federal Reserve Board sat before the Senate Banking Committee Thursday to face questions on their nominations to the agency leadership. Sarah…

Panel schedules vote on all five Fed nominees

(Feb. 4, 2022) Less than two weeks from now, the nominations of those testifying this week – along with two other Fed nominees – will be considered in vote by…

NASCUS notes value of community for Black History Month

(Feb. 4, 2022) NASCUS has endeavored, since its inception, toward the ideal that “we become a better version of ourselves when we come together,” NASCUS President and CEO Brian Knight…

A final word …

(Feb. 4, 2022) This issue of NASCUS Report is my final offering as editor of the publication, a tenure that began in 2015. This issue also represents the completion of…

… One more word (and more NR)

(Feb. 4, 2022) On a personal level, I thank Pat for his years of dedicated work supporting NASCUS, first on staff and then these past years as our outside editor…

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