The Senate remains in Washington this week as the House continues August recess. Continuing its award-winning advocacy efforts with lawmakers and regulators, NAFCU on Thursday will meet with Tom Pahl, policy associate director for research, markets and regulations at the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (previously the CFPB). Also that day, NAFCU staff will attend a joint trades meeting on housing finance reform.NAFCU also continues its outreach to lawmakers – both in Washington and those in their home districts – on credit union issues such as regulatory relief and data security and encourages credit unions to do the same. The association continues to build its top-notch speaker list for the upcoming Congressional Caucus – Sept. 11-14.On Thursday, the Senate Banking Committee is expected to vote on the nomination of Kathy Kraninger to lead the bureau. During her nomination hearing before the committee last month, Kraninger said that rulemakings by the bureau should be tailored “to reduce the burden of compliance, particularly on consumers and smaller marketplace participants.”The committee is expected to clear her to serve in this capacity, which would move her nomination to the full Senate for a final vote. continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
The bedroom has a private balcony A rooftop pool and spa are luxury highlights of the penthouse. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North3 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa23 hours agoThe 410sq m property compromises two floors and according to Ms Auffret, the penthouse feels as big as an actual house. “The two-level floor plan is enormous,” she said. “It is also bathed in natural light and feels as big as a house but with the security and ease of living in an apartment.“There is so much unexpected space.“It would be perfect for anyone downsizing without having to compromise on space or their lifestyle.” The Burleigh Heads penthouse captures ocean views Marble bathrooms and large built in wardrobes ooze a sense of stylish luxury while an office and three car lock up space in the basement prove you don’t have to live life minimally. Ms Auffret said the penthouse has been fully renovated.“It is on offer for the first time in many years,” she said.“The renovation has given the property exquisite style.” 29 Ewart St, Burleigh Heads.WATCH the sunset in style. This stylish north facing penthouse comes with a bird’s eye view. The penthouse is packed with features including a private roof top and teenagers retreat. Shelley Auffret is marketing the property and said the view at night was a magical one.“If you have ever dreamt of living in an exclusive Burleigh penthouse apartment overlooking The stunning Gold coast Skyline this one truly does sparkle,” Ms Auffret said. “Dream no more.” The penthouse comes with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The penthouse is a short walk to the each and Burleigh Head’s village of cafes and restaurants.