In This Issue:
- NCUA Drafts Rule Subjecting Big Credit Unions to Stress Tests Report Finds FDIC Has Filed as Least 32 D&O Lawsuits This Year
- CFPB Cracks Down on "Furnishers" Giving Credit Report Information
- CFPB Begins Writing Debt Collection Agency Regulations
- Cordray Says Mortgage Lenders Prepared for New Rules
- CFPB Says Employers Can't Require Workers to Use Payroll Cards
- Excerpt from NCUA Drafts Rule Subjecting Big Credit Unions to Stress Tests Report Finds FDIC Has Filed as Least 32 D&O Lawsuits This Year:
Big credit unions may soon join megabanks in undergoing annual examinations of theirability to survive a downturn, a step that could force financial cooperatives to raise feesor pay less in interest to their members. The National Credit Union Administration said itis drafting a rule to subject credit unions with more than $10 billion in assets to stresstests, which would determine whether the institutions have adequate capital to withstand economic shocks.
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Topics: CFPB, Credit Reports, Credit Unions, D&O Insurance, Debt Collection, FDIC, Lenders, Mortgages, NCUA, Payroll Cards, Richard Cordray
Published In: General Business Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates
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