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The report presents a comprehensive fee comparison on a number of products and services offered by credit unions and banks across California and Nevada—brought to you by InfoSight and the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues.
There is one report for each state: the California Bank and Credit Union Retails Fees Report, and the Nevada Bank and Credit Union Retails Fees Report.
Guidance on Mortgage Servicing Rules Regarding Fair Debt Collection and Bankruptcy
TIPs Bulletin 13-43 looks at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) recently released bulletin and interim final rule to provide greater clarity to the market concerning mortgage servicing rules that take effect this coming January.
The clarifications address communications with family members after a borrower dies, contact with delinquent borrowers, and treatment of consumers who have filed for bankruptcy or invoked certain protections under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
MLA DATABASE FEB. 15 DEADLINE
updated 02/09/16 08:00 AM
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Credit unions seeking a safe harbor under the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Military Lending Act (MLA) final rule will have two new options come Oct. 3, 2016: 1) A credit union may verify a borrower’s status on the DoD’s database, or 2) a credit union may use a consumer report obtained from a nationwide consumer reporting agency to determine whether a borrower is a “covered borrower.” Credit unions interested in utilizing the first option have until Feb. 15, 2016 to notify the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) of their intent. This may be done by emailing the MLA helpdesk at email@example.com.
CA PRIVACY NOTICES STILL REQUIRED
updated 02/02/16 08:35 AM
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The FAST Act made changes to federal annual privacy notice requirements. However, it did not change California privacy notification requirements, which are applicable to all financial institutions doing business in California. California state annual privacy notifications are still required, depending on what information is shared and with whom.