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December 17, 2020

Regulation D amendments and Regulation CC implications; SBA PPP reopens

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr It has been a little over a month since the Federal Reserve changed the reserve requirements for transaction accounts. At the time, many credit unions asked what the reserve requirement changes meant for Regulation D and the six-transaction limitation that is found in definitions section of Regulation D for a share account to be considered a “savings deposit” for reserve purposes. As background, this past NAFCU Compliance Blog post provides an overview of this particular provision of Regulation D including a chart of which kinds of transactions were historically restricted to a limit of six under the rule.NAFCU has continually advocated for the Federal Reserve to modernize the rule and revisit this limitation, including in a March 19, 2020 letter. On Friday, April 24, 2020 the Fed issued an interim final rule that removes the six-transaction limitation from Regulation D’s definition of “savings deposit.” This rule has an applicability date of April 23, 2020 meaning credit unions can follow it now, and will be formally effective once it is published in the Federal Register The rule  permits credit unions to “suspend enforcement of the six transfer limit and to allow their [members] to make an unlimited number of convenient transfers and withdrawals from their savings deposits.”In addition to removing the six-transaction limitation from Regulation D’s definition of savings deposit, the interim final rule also amends the definition of “transaction account” so that savings deposits are no longer excluded from that definition. This is in revised section 204.2(e)(2): continue reading »last_img read more

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September 27, 2020

Euthanasia referendum: Terminal cancer patient reveals why she’s against legalising assisted dying

first_imgNewsHub 10 August 2020Family First Comment: Thank you Vicki for your powerful and brave voice!“Vicki Walsh was told in June 2011 her brain cancer diagnosis was terminal and she only had 12 to 14 months to live. However, now aged 53, Walsh has had NINE more years of life since. She says that might not have happened if the choice of assisted dying had been available because she would’ve taken it.”#protect#rejectassistedsuicideA woman with terminal cancer she wouldn’t consider assisted dying and will vote against legalising euthanasia in the referendum.Vicki Walsh was told in June 2011 her brain cancer diagnosis was terminal and she only had 12 to 14 months to live.However, now aged 53, Walsh has had nine more years of life since. She says that might not have happened if the choice of assisted dying had been available because she would’ve taken it.“Obviously euthanasia wasn’t an option, but I had a go at killing myself. So had euthanasia been an option then, it is probably one I would have taken, not realising I was actually depressed,” she told Newshub.Up until then, she had always believed people should have the choice of assisted dying, saying it was, “My body, my choice”. But after her suicide attempt, her views changed.“Do you know what, I woke up the next day and I had the best day. I kept thinking, ‘What if you’d done it?’”Walsh now believes in what she calls a journey to completion, no matter how painful the end.“Why would I take away the fun parts? And people say to me, ‘What happens if there aren’t any fun parts?’ I say I don’t know. But I am prepared to see that journey through because I don’t believe in anybody deliberately ending someone else’s life.”She’s now against giving people the choice for assisted dying because there is so much room to get it wrong.READ MORE: https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/08/euthanasia-referendum-terminal-cancer-patient-reveals-why-she-s-against-legalising-assisted-dying.htmllast_img read more

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