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NCUA Rule Change Eases Underwater Mortgage Relief

A new NCUA rule change encourages federally insured credit unions to modify or refinance real estate loans they hold in areas where home prices have declined, according to NCUA’s December 2014 Board Action Bulletin. more>

Collection Practices Targeted in New CFPB Credit Card Study

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced Tuesday it’s adding two new topics—debt collection practices and ability-to-repay standards—to a planned second credit card market study that could lead to new rules and enforcement actions more>

CFPB Sues Lender for False Claims of Government Affiliation

Three mortgage companies alleged to have misled consumers about U.S. government approval of its products are the subject of action taken last week by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). more>

Will CFPB Make Handling Delinquent Loans Even More Difficult?

It may—at least in relation to mortgage loans involving bankrupt borrowers. more>

April 29: Virtual Roundtable "Making Better, Faster Lending Decisions Using Data and Analytics "

Credit Unions face stiff competition in the lending game, especially when members are constantly on the move. How can credit unions keep up with the pace of consumer loan demand while ensuring that their portfolios remain safe and sound? more>

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