March 19, 2021 NASCUS Report

THIS WEEK: State regulators flock to National Meeting; Corporate capital holders to receive payout; NCUA takes action on asset thresholds, CLF rules; Report lists key areas for NCUA future; CFPB wants stimulus payments free from interception; Join us at Pierre Jay Awards presentation April 22; BRIEFLY: NASCUS’ Ito joins AACUC event

State regulators turn out for dialogue, interaction in National Meeting ’21

(March 19, 2021) Two days of discussion and focus on key issues this week highlighted the 2021 National Meeting of state regulators, which featured a record turnout of state regulators…

NCUA readies payout of $368.7 million from failed corporates

(March 19, 2021) Payments totaling $368.7 million will be made by April 30 to about 2,000 credit unions that used to be members of three failed corporates, the NCUA Board…

Rules ease asset thresholds, conform CLF to new law

(March 19, 2021) Asset data as of March 31, 2020 will be used to determine the applicability of regulatory asset thresholds for such things as capital planning and stress testing…

Report lists key areas affecting NCUA resource needs

(March 19, 2021) Nine areas that will affect the resource needs of NCUA– including monitoring the equity ratio of the savings insurance fund, enhancing the examination program and building the…

CFPB urges stimulus to reach consumers

(March 19, 2021) Saying it is concerned that some payments will be intercepted to cover such things as unpaid overdraft fees, the CFPB this week encouraged financial institutions (including credit…

Pierre Jay Awards conferred April 22; join in!

(March 19, 2021) Mark your calendars for the April 22 Pierre Jay Awards 2021 virtual presentation ceremony, getting underway at 2 p.m. ET. There is no charge for attending the…

BRIEFLY: NASCUS leader joins AACUC Friday confab

(March 19, 2021) NASCUS’ Lucy Ito participates today in an online “Friday Conversation” about the “Commitment to Change” in credit unions united against racism. The event is hosted by the…

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