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BRIEFLY: Regulators collaborate on ‘crypto policy sprint;’ NCUA DEI Summit registration opens; Job openings in OR

(Sept. 17, 2021) Federal banking agencies have been collaborating via a “crypto policy sprint” to agree on definitions, use cases, risks, and gaps, and to discuss policy options related to...

BRIEFLY: Banks get more time to comment on third-party risk management guidance; Fact sheet looks at supply chain security

(Sept. 10, 2021) Banks have more time to comment on proposed guidance to help them manage third-party risk, with a new deadline of Oct. 18, the federal banking agencies said...

BRIEFLY: Discussion (and series) opens on digital currency; No NASCUS Report next week

(Aug. 27, 2021) Digital currency and related media (including non-fungible tokens and other blockchain technologies) was the subject of an in-depth discussion held this week among members of the NASCUS...

BRIEFLY: Complex credit union leverage ratio proposal published; Delta variant poses more economic risks; Agency plans webinar on modernized exam tools

(Aug. 20, 2021) A proposal by NCUA to create the new “complex credit union leverage ratio (CCULR)” framework — the credit union equivalent of the community bank leverage ratio (CBLR)...

BRIEFLY: Risk management director opening in MA; FCUs advised of 18% loan cap

(Aug. 6, 2021) The Massachusetts Division of Banks is looking for candidates to fill the position of chief director of risk management (safety & soundness) supervision. For more information, see...

BRIEFLY: ‘Every tool’ now available to transition from LIBOR; Agencies expand paid tax leave credit for vaccinations

(July 30, 2021) Market participants now “have every tool they need to transition from LIBOR,” the vice chair of the Federal Reserve said this week, as a Fed-backed group developing...

BRIEFLY: Calling all examiners to KY school Aug. 16

(July 23, 2021) State credit union examiners from around the country are invited to participate in the Aug. 16 Kentucky Examiner School, developed to help them build skill sets and...

BRIEFLY: Capitalization of interest rule effective July 30 … while CECL transition rule takes effect Aug,. 2; Risky AML/CFT/CPF jurisdiction list updated; New leader at World Council of CUs; Have a happy, safe July 4 holiday!

(July 2, 2021) NCUA’s final rule permitting federally insured credit unions (FICUs) to extend financing of interest in connection with loan workouts and modifications is set to take effect July...

BRIEFLY: Job opening in OR; 2020 HMDA data available; Joint agency webinar focuses on financial education

(April 2, 2021) The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services has an opening for a mortgage banker/broker examiner (financial examiner 2). The closing date for the position is April...

BRIEFLY: NCUA registration for tax credit webinar now open; FDIC (finally) names CINO (who also advised CUs); state system hopes for best in grim winter

(Feb. 19, 2021) NCUA said registration is now open for a Tuesday (Feb. 23) webinar on the earned income tax credit and the volunteer income tax assistance (VITA) programs. The...

BRIEFLY: Harper, state regulators meet; FinCEN warns on health insurance frauds; Fed now slates FedNow payments service for 2023; Job opening in TX

(Feb. 5, 2021) New NCUA Board Chairman Harper met with state regulators this week during a regularly scheduled conference call of state regulators. During the hour-long “regulator to regulator” session,...