Mountain West News
What Will Your Branch of the Future Look Like? |
Do You Wonder What Your Branch of the Future Looks Like?

DBSI, Inc. is hosting a special lunch and tour at the conclusion of the Mountain West Annual Convention on Saturday, April 6th including transportation (or directions if you’re driving) to their Ideation Center in Phoenix, AZ.  You’ll get a tour of their Branch of the Future, where you’ll see 22 of the most cutting edge banking technologies and designs, and you’ll have fun doing it!  You can take a ride down their bat pole, or even play a round of golf while you’re there.


Be ready to leave the Arizona Biltmore at 11:30 a.m., where the shuttle will take you to the event.  The event will last until approximately 2:30 p.m., after which we’ll provide transportation to the airport for those who need it (only 15 minutes from Sky Harbor).  There’s no cost to attend, however, space is limited!  To confirm your reservation, or for additional information contact Nina Christensen at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
State Of the Union Highlights CUNA/CU Priorities |
President Barack Obama's Tuesday night State of the Union address helped to shine the spotlight on two key credit union issues and reflected two of the Credit Union National Association's action priorities for 2013.

Among his wide-ranging topics, the president detailed areas of economic recovery and underscored the continuing need for job growth. Read More
CFPB Clarifies CUNA Small Servicer Concerns |
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's exemption for "small" mortgage servicers will not apply to a third party subservicer if a credit union contracts with a third-party that services more than 5,000 mortgages, the agency has clarified.
 
Credit unions recently asked the Credit Union National Association to clarify how the CFPB's "small servicer" exemptions would impact their work with mortgage subservicers. Read More
 
Are Regulators Listening? - CompBlog Wrap-Up Asks |
As Credit Union National Association compliance staff looked back through January's regulatory results, they detected a rarity—something credit unions will hope will form a new trend. The National Credit Union Administration and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau both appeared not only to think about how their actions might burden the regulated, they also took steps to do something about it.

January was a busy month for new rules to say the least,. The NCUA addressed the small credit union definition, its 2013 annual performance plan, and low-income designations. The CFPB released a barrage of mortgage regulations.  Read More
CUNA Adds Escrow Compliance Chart As a CFPB Resource |
The Credit Union National Association has added an escrow account compliance chart to its list of resources developed to help its member credit unions comply with new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau mortgage rules.

The chart format is designed to help credit unions find the specific information they are looking for quickly.  The chart covers the basics of the new rule and more detailed information, including:
  • Effective dates;
  • Exemptions and exceptions;
  • Significant definitions; and
  • What the new rule will change.

For additional information, read more.
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