Federal Reserve Board Responds To SCRA Compliance Questions

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On March 29, the Federal Reserve Board published its quarterly Consumer Compliance Outlook, which includes the Board’s response to questions raised during a September 2012 interagency webinar on servicemember protection issues and SCRA compliance. Because that event had limited time for questions, the Board responded in writing to the most common questions received. The publication includes answers to questions related to (i) notification of active duty, (ii) maximum rate of interest on debts incurred prior to military service, (iii) foreclosure protection, (iv) the Homeownership Counseling Act, (v) permanent change of station orders, (vi) the Defense Manpower Data Center, and (vii) other miscellaneous issues.

Topics:  Federal Reserve, SCRA

Published In: Consumer Protection Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Military Updates

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