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Media turn spotlight on CUNA breach survey

CUNA News Now Headlines 1/23/2014 - Provided as a courtesy and valuable service of the Credit Union National Association

National, D.C. media turn spotlight on CUNA breach survey

National media attention is being generated by CUNA's release of estimated credit union costs created by the Target data breach, and it's getting CUNA recognized for being in the forefront of organizations providing info on costs. More

CUNA notes risk-based rule concerns ahead of today's NCUA meeting

CUNA remains concerned about a proposed rule on risk-based capital that is on the agenda for today's National Credit Union Administration open board meeting. "This is not the time for gratuitous regulations," CUNA Deputy General Counsel Mary Dunn said ahead of today's meeting. More

Prize-linked savings, public deposits top CUANY legislative agenda

Prize-linked savings, expanded fields of memberships and public deposits are at the top of the legislative agenda for the Credit Union Association of New York in 2014. More

Issa joins CUNA GAC speaker slate

More congressional leaders and credit union supporters are joining the speaker list for the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington, D.C.--including Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) who heads the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. More

2013 4Q call reports due Friday, NCUA reminds CEOs

Fourth quarter 2013 Call Report and Profile information must be submitted by Friday, the National Credit Union Administration reminded on Wednesday. More

Hanley among CEOs to retire this year

A number of credit union CEOs announced their retirement plans for 2014, including Rudy Hanley, president/CEO of SchoolsFirst FCU. More

Exam modernization efforts outlined in NCUA webinar

"Examination Report Modernization" was the topic of a free National Credit Union Administration webinar offered Wednesday, and it outlined changes the agency made in 2013 to streamline and improve the consistency of the examination report process. More

Periodic statement questions tackled in CUNA CompBlog

In a new CompBlog post, CUNA Senior Compliance Counsel Mike McLain outlines what documents credit unions must provide to borrowers that make conventional payments as well as those that make automatic payments for a closed-end mortgage loan. More

N.J. Gov. Christie signs CU advisory council bill

On the same day he took the oath of office for his second term, Gov. Chris Christie signed New Jersey Credit Union League-supported legislation to expand the state's Credit Union Advisory Council to seven members and provide for representation of federally chartered credit unions. More

Experian: Auto loans continue rebound

Auto lending continues to bounce back in a big way, according to the latest Equifax National Consumer Credit Trends Report. More

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