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New TIPs Bulletins Posted
New TIPs Bulletins (Technical Information and Procedures) have been posted regarding federal credit union ownership of fixed assets and annual Regulation D reserve Adjustments.
TIPs Bulletin 13-48 provides details regarding the Federal Reserve Board's recent announcement on annual adjustments to the transaction account balances that are subject to reserve requirements under Regulation D. The board also amended the minimum balance requirements for transaction account reserves that are used to determine the frequency of reporting.
TIPs Bulletin 13-49 gives a closer look at the NCUA's amended regulation governing federal credit union ownership of fixed assets. The proposed amendments clarify the rule and improve its overall organization, structure, and readability.
COMPLIANCE ROUNDUP: ALERTS, GUIDANCE
updated 10/06/15 09:09 AM
Plus, Flood Insurance Webinar
Federal credit unions can continue to make payday alternative loans (PALs) under changes to the Military Lending Act (MLA), which became effective Thursday, according to the Credit Union National Association (CUNA).
CFPB POSTS SPANISH CONSUMER BOOKLET
updated 09/28/15 02:11 PM
'Your Home Loan Toolkit'
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has posted a Spanish language version of its Home Buying Information Booklet—also known as the “special information booklet” or “settlement cost booklet”—as required under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Regulation X, and Regulation Z.