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The U.S. Department of Education (DOE) issued a final rule revising its rules related to the disbursement of federal student aid under Title IV of the Higher Education Act (HEA) by colleges and universities.
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The Federal Financial Insitutions Examination Council (FFIEC) recently proposed an update to revise the Uniform Interagency Consumer Compliance Rating System (CC Rating System) and will now focus more on a credit union's compliance management system (CMS) rather than on individual transactions.
Join this webcast to find out the latest NCUA Info System and Tech (IS&T) examination updates and prepare your credit union for a successful exam experience. You'll cover hot topics like the 2015 FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (CAT), incident detection and response, authentication, online banking and much more.
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.
NCUA has released a proposed rule that applies to all financial institutions, including credit unions, with total assets of $1 billion or more that offer incentive-based compensation plans.
The final rule will require credit unions to identify and verify the beneficial owner(s) of legal entity accounts, subject to certain exceptions. Previously, credit unions were only required to know the identity of each of their legal entity customers, but not necessarily their beneficial, natural person owners.
This webcast will outline the importance of having a thorough and solid approach to assessing your credit union's BSA risks, as well as how to apply that assessment to your BSA transaction monitoring system. You'll identify the different categories of risk, learn how to satisfy examiner expectations, and more.
Join this webcast to gain a clear definition of data analytics and examples of how it may be used to identify potential unusual activity. Get the tools you need to determine the most effective application of data analytics at your credit union.
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Attend this webcast to gain perspective on how to build a successful, sustainable ERM program. You will learn how to gain buy-in and support by going back to the basics, and demonstrating value.
During this session, MasterCard continues the dialog around credit union marketing and engagement with millennials. Attendees will walk away with a deeper understanding of how to best communicate with their millennial audience and get an early look at the attributes of the generation to follow: Centennials.
Now in its 10th year, the annual NAFCU/BFB Gallagher Executive Compensation and Benefits Survey is the trusted source for comprehensive data on credit unions of all asset sizes, coast-to-coast.
The Information Technology team is typically responsible for the technical role, but when the governance function, like an Information Security Analyst, is a part of this group the roles can be conflicting. This webcast will explore information security responsibilities and the specific duties of IT staff in the information security function.
Prior to the Risk Management Seminar, enhance your preparation for the NCRM exam with this informative, FREE webcast. Join NAFCU's Director of Education, Devon Lyon, to learn how you can ace the exam and receive your prestigious NCRM designation.
Risk and fraud continue to evolve. This webinar will reveal what should be on your credit union's radar for the rest of 2016. Key takeaways will be understanding the fraud risk and best practice solutions available to help combat these exposures.
The IRS recently issued its long-awaited proposed Section 457 regulations. During this session, BFB Gallagher partners with the law firm of Sherman & Patterson to explain the implications of the proposed regulations and what action, if any, your credit union should take now.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed a rule to prohibit the use of “class action waivers” in mandatory pre-dispute arbitration agreements.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed amending Regulation P to create an exception to the annual privacy notice requirement for financial institutions that meet certain criteria.
Attend this webcast to learn the essential details of the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), from the original regulation to the proposed amendments that go in effect in just a few months.
Get a 360° view of the internal and external risks facing your credit union and how to best manage them. Developed in part by a taskforce of peers who are experts in the field, this seminar will give you the tools needed to properly navigate the most serious risks threatening your credit union—from credit and interest rate risk to compliance, strategic and reputation risk.
ALM should be used proactively to provide decision-makers with forward-looking, actionable business intelligence. Attend this webcast to gain a better understanding of the link between strategy and ALM, and learn how ALM can be used to help you stay on top of the competition.
For your members, the dream of owning a home is still alive. They work hard to make their monthly mortgage payments. But what if the unexpected happens? Will they be prepared? During this session, find out how your credit union can help your members.
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With regulatory pressure and competition increasing, mitigating the cyber risk posed by third parties is essential for credit unions to successfully serve their member base. However, third party cyber risk management does not have to be a costly endeavor. During this session, Jake Olcott, VP of Business Development at BitSight, offers tips, techniques, and tools you can leverage to make it an efficient and cost-effective process for your credit union.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a proposed rule regulating payday, vehicle title, and similar loans.
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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.
NACHA has finalized a change to its operating guidelines that will enable same-day processing of virtually any ACH payment under $25,000.
The final rule permits a credit union to exclude from MAPR calculations the application fee charged to a covered borrower when making a short-term, small amount loan (STS loan), also known as a Payday Alternative Loan (PAL loan). However, the application fee may only be excluded once in a rolling 12-month period. Any application fee on a subsequent loan must be included in the MAPR for that subsequent loan.
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.
Advance your career and compliance know-how with top-notch credit union BSA training at NAFCU's new BSA Seminar + Certification. You'll learn the latest trends in money laundering and best practices to keep your credit union safe.
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.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has issued a final rule making several substantive revisions to Regulation C’s reporting requirements under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA).
Final rule amends NCUA’s rules and regulations relating to member business lending for all federally insured credit unions.
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 2017 Regulatory Compliance School, April 10-14 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 and NCUA.
The conference for credit union executives to network, learn leading strategies and re-energize for the future.
As an effective volunteer leader, you're passionate about the success of your credit union. Hone your skills and enhance your knowledge even more at NAFCU's 2017 Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Conference. You'll also enhance your spirit. Charleston is a visual feast of cobblestone streets, horse-drawn carriages, historic landmarks, and antebellum architecture. This conference puts you right in the middle of it!