Oct. 30, 2020 NASCUS Report

THIS WEEK: NCUA on board with supervisory guidance proposal; Regulators face House panel next month; Marijuana issues on ballot next week; NY first to focus on climate change risk; ON THE (virtual) road: Leadership by podcast; CU Campus 365 debuts; BRIEFLY: Sign up for MI examiner school next week; TN Directors’ College ahead; Student loan complaints continue to tumble; If it’s Tuesday, it’s time to vote!

NCUA joins regulators in proposing rule codifying supervisory guidance

A proposed rule aimed at clarifying and codifying the role of supervisory guidance from federal financial institution regulators was adopted by NCUA this week, joining the federal banking agencies and…

Regulators, including Hood, to testify Nov. 12

Diversity, accountability, and safety and soundness of financial institutions during the coronavirus crisis will be topics when federal financial institution regulators – including NCUA Board Chairman Rodney Hood — appear…

Marijuana on the ballot in at least 5 states

There is more to Tuesday’s national election than who or which party controls the White House and Congress – there are also questions, in four states, as to whether marijuana…

In a first of its kind, NY cites risk from climate change

Credit unions and banks in New York have been advised by their state regulator to integrate financial risks from climate change into their governance, risk-management and business strategy frameworks, reportedly…

ON THE (virtual) ROAD: Leadership, competition lead podcast

Credit unions, their relationships with regulators, leadership during a national pandemic, and teambuilding are all discussed during a podcast NASCUS President and CEO Lucy Ito recorded with news aggregator CUInsight,…

‘CU Campus 365’ offers affordable, on-line education

A new partnership – CU Campus 365 — developed between NASCUS and the Bank Administration Institute (BAI) and which offers affordable, customizable on-line compliance and education for credit unions, was…

BRIEFLY: Sign up now for Examiner School in MI next week; TN Directors’ College coming; Student loan complaints drop again (for no specific reason); don’t forget to vote!

The NASCUS Michigan Examiner School gets underway on Thursday (Nov. 5) in a virtual setting. The three-hour session features sessions on fraud (with Rayleen Pirnie, Director Risk and Fraud, New…

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