The Regulatory Advocacy area keeps you informed of the latest proposed rules and regulations, their potential impact on credit unions, and provides comments to regulatory agencies to help shape regulations and lessen the compliance burden.
An interactive online tool designed to empower credit unions to participate in the regulatory process.
PowerComment allows you to:
Educate yourself on proposed rules and regulations that affect your credit union and take the opportunity to comment! Visit www.powercomment.org to get started today.
|Consumer Financial Protection Bureau||Prepaid Cards - Model Disclosures||04/30/14|
|Federal Reserve Board||Reg CC - Collection of Checks||05/02/14|
|National Credit Union Administration||Voluntary Liquidation||05/02/14|
|National Credit Union Administration||Risk-Based Capital||05/28/14|
|Debbie Matz, Chairman of the National Credit Union Administration|
Matz discusses several important regulatory issues, including NCUA's regulatory modernization initiative, a proposed stress-test rule, the status of the agency's CUSO rule, the drafting of a risk-based capital rule, and what credit unions can expect from NCUA in 2014.
Fed Issues Payment Consultation Paper
The Federal Reserve Banks recently issued a Payment System Improvement—Public Consultation Paper, which is designed to start a conversation and ultimately improve the U.S. payment system.
In the face of rapidly evolving technology, the Federal Reserve Banks are hoping to centrally coordinate the development of "open payment networks and/or broadly interoperable networks" by bringing together the payments industry and fostering coordination to drive payment system improvement.
The paper identifies eight key gaps and opportunities for improvement, as well as five desired outcomes. To solicit feedback, the Fed included a 21-question survey and is seeking comments by Dec. 13.
The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues encourage credit unions to read the paper and share their concerns regarding payments, including what role, if any, the Federal Reserve Banks should play in helping to improve the payment system.
You can find the Leagues’ summary of the paper, questions to consider, and provide feedback to the Fed by using PowerComment!