May 28, 2021 NASCUS Report

THIS WEEK: Letters support rules on reporting threshold, CLF; Summary looks at LIBOR letters; Alert details QM compliance date delay; HMDA data gives insights to manufactured housing; There’s a buzz around CBDCs; Member service emphasizes cybersecurity; Week Ahead joins with NASCUS Report; BRIEFLY: BIF reserve ratio drops (so does bank net interest margins); First NASCUS 101 is June 24; Hooray! It’s Memorial Day!

Letters support asset reporting threshold, CLF rules

(May 28, 2021) Comment letters on NCUA’s interim final rules on asset thresholds for reporting purposes, and for conforming existing NCUA’s Central Liquidity Facility rules with new statutes, were submitted…

Summary outlines key points of LIBOR letters

(May 28, 2021) An overview of the letter to credit unions on the future of the LIBOR reference rate is the latest summary to be posted by NASCUS; it is…

Alert provides details behind QM compliance date delay

(May 28, 2021) The delay to Oct. 1, 2022 of the mandatory compliance date of the general qualified mortgage (QM) final rule is the subject of a regulatory alert issued…

HMDA data leads to new report on manufactured housing

(May 28, 2021) Consumers borrowing to buy manufactured homes face higher interest rates, and ultimately barriers to credit through limited refinancing options, CFPB contends in a report released Thursday, which…

Like cicadas, buzz about U.S. digital currency grows

(May 28, 2021) Discussion of digital currency and if (or when) the Federal Reserve will begin issuing its own version of the new money was ramped up over the last…

New portal emphasizes safety in cyber systems

(May 28, 2021) Speaking of safe digital money – and cybersecurity in general — NASCUS has developed a new portal on its website dedicated to helping the state system stay…

Week Ahead joins with NASCUS Report for weekly updates

(May 28, 2021) The Week Ahead – a weekly publication to offer a head’s up to what’s coming for the state system – begins this week to be offered along…

BRIEFLY: FDIC’s DIF reserve ratio dropped in first quarter (so did bank net interest margins); New date for NASCUS 101; Happy Memorial Day holiday

(May 28, 2021) The reserves-to-deposits-insured ratio of the FDIC’s Deposit Insurance Fund (DIF) slipped four points in the first quarter, to 1.25%, the lowest point in nearly four years. The…

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