CUNA participates in Treasury’s ‘Cut the Red Tape’ summit

first_img continue reading » CUNA participated in the Treasury Department’s “Cut the Red Tape” summit Monday to discuss ways the agency might facilitate regulatory relief for financial institutions and other entities. CUNA Senior Director of Advocacy and Counsel Elizabeth Eurgubian was in attendance.The summit included remarks by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, and a panel discussion featuring Treasury General Counsel Brent McIntosh, Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy David Kautter and Counselor to the Secretary Craig Phillips.“In his statement, Secretary Mnuchin said that regulatory relief is a top priority of the administration as it makes efforts to correct regulatory ‘dead weight,’” Eurgubian said. “CUNA has worked with the administration to highlight ways it can help credit unions get some form of regulatory relief, and we’ve been happy to see some suggestions used by the Treasury. We plan to continue our work with the Treasury and other agencies so credit unions can see relief from regulations that are hampering access to credit and financial services.” 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Bargain for sale: Price slashed on five bedroom Brisbane house

first_imgInside the house at 10 Normandy Court, Rothwell, which is for sale.“The agent says all you have to do is pick up the keys and move into to this house which features five bedrooms on a 667sqm block, offering wide lawns, low maintenance and affordability.” The huge backyard at 10 Normandy Court, Rothwell..But SQM notes asking prices for houses in the suburb have only grown 0.8 per cent over the past year and 4.5 per cent over three years. The suburb is also about to gain a new shopping centre precinct, called Rothwell Village, on Deception Bay Road. The kitchen in the house at 10 Normandy Court, Rothwell.SQM Research has named the home at 10 Normandy Court its “distressed property of the week” because of the price discount.According to the property analysis firm, it’s “a good time to haggle with the owner who is clearly keen to get the property off their hands”.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago This house at 10 Normandy Court, Rothwell, has had its sale price slashed.A FIVE-BEDROOM house in one of the fastest growing regions in southeast Queensland has had its price slashed by $30,000.The property in Rothwell, in the Moreton Bay region, has been languishing on the market since February when it was first listed for $460,000.It is now available for offers over $429,000 and is being marketed as an “urgent sale” that “must be sold this weekend”.center_img Rothwell Village. Photo supplied. The bathroom in the house at 10 Normandy Court, Rothwell.Rothwell is about 28km north of Brisbane’s CBD and has a tight vacancy rate of just 1.6 per cent, compared to the Brisbane average of 2.8 per cent.“That’s a good sign of tight rental demand. Asking rents for houses are up 1.1 per cent over the year to 12 September and are up 2.6 per cent over three years, so the returns, while not great, aren’t bad either.” last_img read more

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The Latest: Churchill Downs has 47 positive COVID-19 tests

first_imgThe coach says that allowed them to do contact tracing and check what areas they can be better at when dealing with a pandemic. Mason says the stoppage offered a good reminder for players to take care of one another, a message he believes they got loud and clear. Vanderbilt is scheduled to open the season on Sept. 26 with a game at Texas A&M.___The Cleveland Browns still don’t know if they’ll have fans at games due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But in case they do, the team sent a letter to season ticket holders outlining plans and protocols that will be in place at FirstEnergy Stadium.There is still a chance the Browns will have a “limited amount of fans” when they open at home on Sept. 17 against the Cincinnati Bengals. The team recently presented its “Responsible Restart Plan” to the city and Ohio state health departments and is awaiting approval. Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Ahead of next week’s Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs says there have been 47 positive tests for COVID-19. The Latest: Churchill Downs has 47 positive COVID-19 tests All fans will be required to wear masks and there will be a four-quadrant system in the 65,000-seat stadium to keep fans safely separated. The Browns will have pregame health screenings and fans will enter through a dedicated gate close to their seats before sitting in pods of 1 to 10 people.Several NFL teams already have they won’t have fans at their early season games.The Bengals announced Tuesday they won’t have fans for their season opener at Paul Brown Stadium on Sept. 13. They applied for an exemption to the state’s ban on large public gatherings, but it was turned down.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Louisville track says it administered 1,823 tests to staff, horsemen and vendors from Aug. 19-24. From that group, there were 47 positive tests for a positivity rate of 2.58%.The track requires any individual allowed entrance to the stable area to take a COVID-19 test. Those who don’t pass the test or medical screening are denied entry and asked to isolate or quarantine.___Vanderbilt’s football team is back at practice after a coronavirus-caused stoppage, and coach Derek Mason says a couple of players remain in quarantine.Mason says the team had to stop practicing because a couple of Commodores tested positive for COVID-19. Vanderbilt canceled a practice Friday and wound up missing two practices before resuming work on the field Wednesday. August 26, 2020last_img read more

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