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NAFCU proposes to highlight a number of items related to the customer due diligence requirements from FinCEN.
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Attend this webinar to learn background information on the introduction of the new ATR and QM rules. Attendees will also gain valuable facts on how the new rules will affect the loan origination process.
This important webcast will start by giving you a greater understanding of the new Mortgage Servicing requirements for Error Resolution and Information Request Procedures. Then you’ll receive best practices for responding to qualified written requests (QWRs) and error complaints, in an effective yet cost-conscious way.
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) is proposing to amend its fixed asset rule.
This webinar will focus on some credit unions’ innovative efforts to leverage member data and digital marketing tools and strategies to increase products per household and deepen relationships with your members that bank online.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is proposing to amend the reporting requirements under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA).
Receive a checklist of items to audit during a credit union website compliance review; get tips for your savings and loan rates pages; learn how to utilize the “One-Click Rule” for providing disclosures; understand the key disclosures that must be included on credit union websites; and more.
The most efficient executive benefit plan is designed with credit union's specific needs and strategic goals in mind. By blending executive benefit plans, you can take advantage of each plan's strengths and improve overall efficiency.
In preparation for the annual meeting between NAFCU's Board of Directors and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Fed), we would like to request your input on various issues and know which Fed services you use. Your responses to these questions are very important to both the Fed and NAFCU, and your help is greatly appreciated. The survey results will be summarized in the 2014 NAFCU Report on Credit Unions with a copy provided to you later this year.
Don't miss our next member call-in, focusing on the latest legislative, regulatory, compliance and economic issues affecting credit unions. NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger and other NAFCU senior staff will brief member credit unions on issues such as risk-based capital, regulatory relief, examinations, housing finance reform, data security, CFPB rulemaking, debit interchange and more.
In this session we will discuss the importance of meeting your members' expectations through a reduction of the member’s effort.
Are you familiar with the Qualified Mortgage standards for calculating a consumer's monthly debt and income? Understand the difference between Appendix Q and the Agencies. Consider areas where internal policies and procedures may need to be addressed and/or expanded.
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.
This comprehensive and exceptionally popular compliance program covers the latest challenges and changes in credit union rules and regulations. Industry-leading credit union compliance professionals will present up-to-date regulatory trends impacting credit union compliance. This event typically sells out, so reserve your seat early!
Applies to all credit unions that have above $10 million in assets and allows for the use of an accounting alternative for the subsequent measurement of goodwill.
Register by this date to get $100 off your registration.
The competition is high, so you have to perform even higher. Boosting revenue is the name of the game; learn the best way to play it at NAFCU's Strategic Growth Conference.
In this increasingly complex regulatory environment, it's essential for credit unions to have a solid understanding of the regulations and laws affecting their regulatory compliance responsibilities. This comprehensive school covers rules including regulations B, C, CC, D, E and Z. You'll also learn about the governing bodies for credit unions – the CFPB, Office of Consumer Affairs and NCUA.
Register early to get $100 off.
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).
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.
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.
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.