WSR 08-04-007

AGENDA

DEPARTMENT OF

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

[ Filed January 24, 2008, 10:51 a.m. ]


Semi-Annual Agenda for Rules Under Development

January 1, 2008 - June 30, 2008



DIVISION OF BANKS

Possible amendments to chapters 208-544 and 208-586 WAC regarding a bank fee increase and a change in how fees are charged in FY 2008 and FY 2009, depending on completing requirements for two-thirds legislative approval.

DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES

Amendments to chapter 208-630 WAC relating to check casher and sellers. Annual reporting requirements.

Finalize amendments to chapter 208-660 WAC relating to mortgage brokers and loan originators. Implementing guidance on nontraditional loan products and other various amendments.

Amendments to chapter 208-620 WAC relating to consumer loan companies. Adopting guidance on nontraditional loan products, a national licensing database, and other various amendments.

DIVISION OF CREDIT UNIONS

Possible amendments to chapter 208-418 WAC regarding a credit union fee increase in FY 2008, depending on completing requirements for two-thirds legislative approval.

Amendments to chapter 208-436 WAC, investment authority modernization.

Possible new rule regarding participation loans (RCW 31.12.426(1)).

DIVISION OF SECURITIES

Amendments to chapter 460-24A WAC regarding misleading use of professional designations by broker-dealers, investment advisers, and their representatives.

Amending chapter 460-24A WAC regarding use of professional designations and investment adviser registration.

Amending chapter 460-16A WAC to adopt North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) Statements of Policy.

Amending chapter 460-44A WAC to accommodate revisions to federal Regulation D and Form D.

Adopting rules pursuant to RCW 43.320.115 governing the administration of the securities prosecution fund.

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