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The NCUA is proposing amendments that would establish risk-based capital requirements for "complex" federally insured credit unions.
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Credit unions are losing hundreds of thousands of dollars due to fraudulent wire activity—but you can minimize the risk. Attend this webcast to learn how to implement best practices to prevent fraudulent wire activity, while balancing the risks against quality member service. Takeaways include learning how to ensure your fidelity bond covers any wire fraud loss, understanding the difference between single factor authentication and multi-factor authentication, and more.
This webinar will focus on how your credit union can transition from a transaction-based relationship with your younger members into being their permanent source for financial products and services.
Regular evaluations are the most effective way to focus your credit union board's and committee's strengths. Explore benefits of and different formats for board and committee evaluations, plus learn best practices so you can take off running.
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) is proposing to amend the definition of "small entity" for purposes of the Regulatory Flexibility Act (RFA).
The Innovation Awards is an annual competition honoring outstanding innovations that help credit unions thrive in an increasingly saturated financial services market. The competition is open to NAFCU Services Preferred Partners.
The FinCEN Currency Transaction Report (CTR) contains more than a few intricacies that can easily cause confusion. Join us to review the CTR line-by-line, ensuring your ability to work with all types of accounts and easily handle the challenges that can arise. Webcast participants will also receive a handbook with over 20 examples of how to complete the CTR for trusts, businesses, aggregated transactions, sole proprietors and more.
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) has issued a new fixed assets proposal based on feedback that it received from a proposal issued in July 2014.
Many credit unions are looking for tools to increase non-interest income while building member loyalty and continuing to deliver highly valued products and services. MasterCard recognizes this need and has developed this session specifically with your needs in mind.
Discover who prepares the credit report, what information is included, where the information comes from, and the different types of available reports. Understand how to use the codes included throughout each section of the credit report, plus increase your knowledge of the elusive credit scoring model and how it impacts borrower scores.
As one of North America's leading prototype branded branch strategists, John Mathes will show you seven ways to create a "disruptive" new branch model to distinguish your brand, leverage new technologies, and accelerate the growth of your credit union.
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Executive benefit plans are a critical tool in recruiting, rewarding, and retaining your leadership team. A key concept in designing these plans is "fair and reasonable." As expected, the NCUA has rules regarding fair and reasonable compensation. This webinar provides an overview of these rules and how to successfully navigate them to recruit and retain your leadership team.
The CFPB's 492-page proposal released in November contains substantial revisions to mortgage servicing. Attend this strategic webcast to explore the proposed rule changes and their potential impact on your credit union's servicing processes and procedures. Understand the likely scope of the forthcoming changes, as well as how to create a plan to react to the potential rules.
The top conference designed for credit union executives and CEOs. The discussions sparked at this industry-leading conference will give you the fresh perspectives you've been looking for. Get new ideas on credit union business development, leadership and improving efficiencies. Talk about credit union strategy with your peers and industry experts during the numerous networking activities (all included in your registration).
The NAFCU member survey of the Economic & CU Monitor is due. We rely on your survey responses for our industry analysis and legislative advocacy efforts on behalf of all credit unions. Click "more information" for links to the survey.
The Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009 (CARD Act) requires the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to periodically conduct a review of the consumer credit card market.
Join us to learn how the Federal Reserve's FedGlobal® came into being, explore its dynamics, and discover how it allows credit unions to easily meet the Reg E, Section 1073 remittance transfer rule from the CFPB.
Discover how recommended security methods can better protect your credit union from internal and external criminal activity. Processes such as account holder on-boarding, transaction processing, and hiring new employees will be discussed.
You're a strategic leader in the success of your credit union. Hone your skills and enhance your knowledge even more at NAFCU's Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference. Learn and grow in the city known for bluegrass, bourbon and thoroughbreds. A city of easy charm with a right-now vibe, Louisville has something for everyone. Art is everywhere, as are top-rated restaurants, live music venues, historic architecture, and plenty of that famous Southern hospitality.
Learn about assessing vendors using the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework. This webinar addresses vendor due diligence, vendor security controls, NIST cyber security framework, using the framework to perform reviews, and leveraging results for IT risk assessment.
Join the gurus of NAFCU's Regulatory Compliance team for an update on recent Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) rules, regulations, and guidance.
Join the director of the Small Business Administration's (SBA) Office of Financial Assistance, Linda Rusche, to learn how your credit union can help revitalize our country's small business economy as well as boost credit union income, mitigate risk and earn premium sales on the secondary market by approving SBA-backed small business loans.
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Located in the historic province of Québec, Canada, home to the first credit union in North America, Montréal fuses the allure of Old World Europe and North American energy to create a city flush with superb cuisine, cultural diversity, festivals and art, and a sheer joie de vivre (joy of life). Join us for this historic event!
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Provides for new, easier-to-use integrated disclosures, also known as the "Know Before You Owe" mortgage forms that clearly lay out the terms of a mortgage for a homebuyer, and more.
Makes changes to the Integrated Disclosure Rule by extending the timing requirement for when consumers lock in or extend a rate, statements on a Loan Estimate when a construction loan is involved, and NMLSR IDs on integrated disclosures.
Get a 360° view of the internal and external risks facing your credit union, and gain a better understanding of how to properly manage them. From credit and interest rate risk to compliance, strategic and reputation risk, NAFCU's new Risk Management Seminar will give attendees the tools needed to properly navigate the most serious risks threatening their credit union.
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Join us in D.C. to say "enough is enough" and personally make a difference in the fight against increasing regulatory burdens. NAFCU's Congressional Caucus offers a more personal, intimate connection with your lawmakers than any other event.
This program has long been a top choice for credit union professionals seeking a deeper understanding of credit union strategic planning and developing top-notch leadership and management skills. You will learn in an interactive environment, including a mixture of classroom discussions, case studies and proactive strategy sessions. If you are looking to take the next step in your credit union career, this is the program for you.
Learn about the hottest credit union compliance topics, including detailed analyses of new and future regulations. Led by industry-leading experts, you'll get the scoop on what's hot now and what's coming up in credit union regulatory compliance.
Credit union growth fueled by big ideas for a better bottom line. Discover the latest, most innovative credit union growth strategies, from new digital marketing tactics to inventive loan growth programs at the NAFCU 2016 Strategic Growth Conference.
NAFCU's 2016 Regulatory Compliance School, March 14-18 in Arlington, VA, provides essential training for credit union compliance staff. We'll cover important regulations like regs B, C, CC, D, E and Z, as well as teach you about the governing bodies for credit unions – the CFPB, Office of Consumer Affairs and NCUA.