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first_imgNAFCU on Monday urged the House Financial Services Committee, which holds a mark-up today of financial sector regulatory relief measures, to ensure the relief contemplated in one bill for the thrift industry is met with a measure of relief for the nation’s credit unions.In a letter to the committee Monday, NAFCU Vice President of Legislative Affairs Brad Thaler noted support for H.R. 3738 the “Office of Financial Research Accountability Act of 2015,” which ensures improved transparency and more-efficient interagency coordination while heightening cybersecurity protections at the Treasury Office of Financial Research. The bill is authored by Reps. Ed Royce, R-Calif., and Patrick Murphy, D-Fla.NAFCU also noted supported for H.R. 3557, the “FSOC Transparency and Accountability Act,” which would improve the deliberative process at the Financial Stability Oversight Council by limiting the specified members of FSOC to one vote per member, among other provisions.In other comments, the association lodged opposition to H.R. 1660, the “Federal Savings Association Charter Flexibility Act of 2015,” which would extend certain powers now held by national banks to federal savings associations, without requiring a change in charter. NAFCU is urging against the measure unless credit unions also receive additional relief from current regulatory constraints – for example, through an easing in member business lending limits, access to supplemental capital or changes in statutory field-of-membership restrictions. continue reading » 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

first_img Tweet 83 Views   12 comments LocalNews PM Skerrit demands apology from local online news company by: – January 18, 2012 Share Sharecenter_img Share Sharing is caring! Hon. Roosevelt Skerrit. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit through his attorneys has written to a local online news company demanding an apology for what he considers malicious libel. Information reaching Dominica Vibes News indicates that a local online news company reported in a recent article that the Prime Minister admitted ownership of a French passport.Last week Justice Gertel Thom ruled that Prime Minister Skerrit and Education Minister Petter Saint-Jean legally contested the 2009 general elections. A reporter of that online news company allegedly interviewed the Prime Minister after the verdict was delivered and proceeded to publish an article stating that the Prime Minister admitted to ownership of a French passport.The Prime Minister therefore wrote to the manager of that company indicating that they had “wrongfully, recklessly and maliciously published a false report”. Prime Minister Skerrit believes that such report is understood to be “a calculated attempt to sensationalize the said falsehood” as well as to “promote a campaign of malicious falsehood” against him.He has made a demand for the immediate retraction of that article as well as a publication of an apology. That apology he says should be prominently displayed by the company.He says further that “your failure to comply with this demand with immediate effect will be interpreted as a clear and deliberate intent to publish a malicious falsehood and vicious libel against the Prime Minister”.According to the letter if the company does not retract the article and publish an apology, prompt legal action might be taken against the publisher and company without further notice. Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

first_imgThe postponement of the Euro Cup from this summer to the summer of 2021 has meant that the door is opened to the end of the current national leagues in Europe affected by the coronavirus, including the Second Division. Despite the fact that everything is in the embryonic phase and pending the evolution of the health crisis, what seems certain is thate, if the current format is maintained, the silver competition in Spanish football would extend beyond June 30, the end date of contracts.In this scenario, CD Lugo would have a serious problem of troops to face or, rather, a serious administrative problem. The albivermello team is one of the teams that has the most players on loan on its roster (seven starters and three more on the bench), with what the Lugo they would have to renegotiate the transfers of these footballers with the clubs that own their rights to be able to count on them in their ranks in the final stretch of the campaign and with the team surely playing for permanence. But in addition, Lugo has a series of players who end their contractual relationship with Lugo on June 30 and for whom, for the moment, there has been no news about its renewal. José Carlos, Josete, Campabadal, Leuko and Carrillo end their contract in principle on the indicated date, and their renewal would become a priority if the league competition goes beyond that limit.Since this problem will not be exclusive to CD Lugo, but rather a global situation, It is expected that from the Professional Football League some measure will be articulated to solve the problem. What is clear is that the players must be clear about their employment relationship, since it would be difficult for them to suffer an injury with their contract already finished and without coverage or the option of a new card.last_img read more