News stories tagged NCUA

Agencies seek feedback on BSA/AML guidance

(April 16, 2021) NCUA and other federal agencies are seeking feedback on how well four-year-old guidance for complying with anti-money laundering and Bank Secrecy Act (AML/BSA) requirements is working for...

UPDATED: Agency adopts rule extending reg relief due to savings surges

(April 16, 2021) In a development Friday morning, the NCUA Board announced it had adopted an interim final rule (IFR) by notation vote that reduces the earnings retention requirement for credit...

Summary looks at info request on use of AI

(April 16, 2021) A request for information (RFI) about how credit unions and banks use artificial intelligence (AI) in their activities, including fraud prevention, personalization of customer services, credit underwriting,...

BRIEFLY: New comms staffer at NCUA; Hiring of people of color up at agency; LIBOR legacy contract legislation advocated; Biden reportedly preparing order to assess climate change ‘financial risk’

(April 16, 2021) Samuel Schumach was tapped as deputy director for external affairs and communications at NCUA this week by agency board Chairman Todd Harper. Schumach previously served as legislative...

First CU of year closed, another conserved

(April 2, 2021) Two supervisory actions were taken this week, the first by NCUA as it closed one credit union (the first of the year) and by the Texas Credit...

More time to comment on CUSO lending proposal

(April 2, 2021) If you couldn’t meet the deadline for filing your comment letter on a proposed rule affecting credit union service organizations (CUSOs), you’ve got more time: late last...

Pleger to continue at SLC; Harper chairs FFIEC

(April 2, 2021) NASCUS has reappointed Steve Pleger, senior deputy commissioner of the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance, as its representative on the FFIEC’s State Liaison Committee (SLC), one...

Summaries outline CLF rule, HPML exemptions

(April 2, 2021) Two new summaries – of a interim final rule concerning enhancements to NCUA’s Central Liquidity Facility (CLF) and of an NCUA “regulatory alert” on CFPB’s expanded exemptions...

NCUA, agencies seek info on use of AI

(April 2, 2021) Information on how credit unions and banks use artificial intelligence (AI) in their activities, including fraud prevention, personalization of customer services, credit underwriting, and more is sought...

NASCUS supports raising threshold for ‘complex’ CUs to $500 million

(March 26, 2021) The state system supports raising the asset threshold to $500 million for defining a credit union as “complex” under risk-based net worth (RBNW) requirements, citing the benefit...

BRIEFLY: Today is ‘joint ownership share accounts’ rule day; Cannabis safe harbor bill to be intro’d (again); PPP deadline extended to May 31; NCUA plans BSA/AML webinar April 14; Reminder: Pierre Jay Awards presented April 22

(March 26, 2021) Today is the effective date of NCUA’s new rule on joint ownership share accounts, which essentially permits the use of records other than signed membership cards or...

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...