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  • League Welcomes News CFPB Taking Industry Feedback into Consideration on Final 1033 Rule, But Concerns Remain on Overall Impact
    March 15, 2024

    In a speech on Thursday, CFPB Director Rohit Chopra said the bureau would be responsive to recommendations from the industry on the CFPB’s section 1033 proposed rule. The proposal covers consumer access to financial data and depends largely on the recognition of an organization to set a qualified industry standard to aid compliance. The proposal would require financial institutions and others to share information – at a consumer’s request and at no cost – with other businesses that offer competing products. "While we welcome the news that industry feedback will factor into some aspects of the final rule, we are justifiably concerned about the rule's overall impact on credit unions," said League Chief Advocacy Officer JT Blau.

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  • League Compliance Roundtable - March 2024
    March 15, 2024

    Count on your League to help you manage today's complex regulatory compliance environment! In our March 13 virtual meeting, topics included news and notes from the Virginia General Assembly, recent proposals by the CFPB on fees, coming changes to the NCUA Call Report and small estate affidavits. JT Blau (Chief Advocacy Officer of the League) and Vanessa Carter (Woods Rogers Vandeventer Black law firm) led the discussion.

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  • CUs Continue Fight Against CFPB's Small Biz Lending Collection Rule
    March 13, 2024

    The CFPB’s small business lending data collection rule should be set aside, America’s Credit Unions, Cornerstone League, Rally Credit Union, and other organizations wrote in a consolidated motion for summary judgment filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas. The CFPB finalized its rule requiring financial institutions to collect and report certain data on applications for credit for women-owned, minority-owned, and small businesses in March 2023. Credit unions led a successful push last year to stop the rule's implementation.

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