- Live and On-Demand Webcasts
Credit union webcasts for training, compliance info, best practices and more. NAFCU's live and on-demand webcasts address key issues and hot topics in a convenient and affordable no-travel way that accommodates group participation at your credit union.
- Online Training Programs
from NAFCU help credit union board members understand the regulatory environment facing credit unions.
- The CFPB's International Remittance Transfer Disclosure Rules
The International Remittance Rule may have been delayed, but the complicated compliance issues for credit unions still exist. There may be some relief in sight regarding liability for sender errors in providing recipient account numbers and the incalculable foreign taxes issue. Even with these changes, some credit unions are getting out of the business of sending foreign wires. But, if your credit union is still in the business of processing international remittance transfers, you must be diligent in complying with the required disclosures.
- Webcast: Compliance team tackles mortgage rules
NAFCU webcast participants on Wednesday learned about important technical and operational changes that three key proposals from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau would require in credit unions’ mortgage lending processes.
- FFIEC releases new tech service guidance booklet
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council has issued a revised Supervision of Technology Service Providers booklet that outlines new administrative guidelines regarding the risk management of third-party technology service providers.
- Podcast from Reg Seminar session online
The October edition of Robert Rutkowski’s monthly “Current Issues in Credit Unions” podcast, which aired last week at NAFCU’s Regulatory Compliance Seminar in Seattle, is now available to stream online.
- Seminar keynote outlines CU legal protections
NAFCU’s Regulatory Compliance Seminar participants learned how to protect credit union officers and directors from lawsuits or enforcement actions during a keynote presentation yesterday led by attorney and author Kevin Funnell.
- NAFCU Reg Compliance seminar opens today
NAFCU’s Regulatory Compliance Seminar kicks off today in Seattle, Wash., with a keynote presentation from attorney and author Kevin Funnell on what compliance officers of “good credit unions” can learn from “bad banks.”
- Webcast today on BSA director requirements
Credit union directors can gain an understanding of their responsibilities under the Bank Secrecy Act and Office of Foreign Assets Control in a NAFCU webcast held today.
- Upcoming NAFCU webcasts cover key topics
Credit union professionals and volunteers should note that NAFCU will be hosting several webcasts covering key issues over the next few weeks, including Bank Secrecy Act training for board members, social media compliance and new mortgage proposals.
- Compliance Blog crosses readership milestone
As the regulatory environment has continued to heat up, the NAFCU Compliance Blog has grown in popularity, as evidenced by the blog crossing the 4,000 daily readership threshold this week.
- FinCEN to stream sold-out BSA webinars
Registration is now closed for the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s two upcoming webinars related to the Bank Secrecy Act e-filing process, but a recorded version of both will be available on its website soon after broadcast.
- Comment period extended for finance charge proposal
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced Friday that the public will have an additional two months to comment on its proposed changes to the definition of “finance charge.”
- Webcast on CFPB mortgage proposals is tomorrow
Credit union compliance officers, mortgage loan staff and other industry professionals should note that NAFCU will be hosting a webcast tomorrow focusing on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s numerous changes to the mortgage lending process.
- New Compliance Monitor tackles open-end lending
NAFCU-member credit unions looking for an overview of NCUA’s revised guidance on multi-featured open-end lending, released in July, can find it in the September issue of NAFCU's Compliance Monitor.
- Discount ends soon for Reg Compliance Seminar
Credit union professionals have until Aug. 31 to save $100 on registration for NAFCU’s 2012 Regulatory Compliance Seminar, to be held Oct. 23-26 in Seattle.
- Aug. 22 webcast highlights TDR rule
NAFCU will hold a webcast Wednesday highlighting credit unions’ accounting and reporting requirements under NCUA’s final rule on troubled debt restructuring.
- Compliance Blog tackles final rule on remittances
Credit union compliance officers looking for a convenient overview of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s recently unveiled final rule on remittances are encouraged to view Thursday’s post on the NAFCU Compliance Blog.
- NAFCU archive includes interest-rate risk webcast
Over 45 percent of all federally insured credit unions will be affected by NCUA’s new interest-rate risk rule, which goes into effect Sept. 30, and NAFCU is reminding credit unions that its archive of webcasts includes one that examines the rule’s new policy requirements.
- Webcast details TILA/RESPA changes
NAFCU webcast participants on Tuesday learned about important rule changes proposed earlier this week by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau relating to credit union mortgage lending practices.
- NAFCU reiterates concerns about ability-to-repay rule
NAFCU on Monday urged the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to demonstrate flexibility and an awareness of credit unions’ unique characteristics as it works toward finalizing a proposal it inherited from the Federal Reserve Board on mortgage borrowers’ ability to repay.
- Building an Effective Enterprise Risk Management Program
June 13, 2012
2:00 - 3:30 p.m. EDT
Available until June 13, 2013
Risk management assessment should be a top priority for all credit unions in light of the recent uptick in frequency and sophistication of fraudulent activity. Whether it’s handling member transactions or internal operations, credit unions are exposed to risk on a daily basis and need to ensure they have an effective system in place to properly manage threats.
This webcast will provide an overview of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and explain the importance of an effective program to help assist you in the strategic and operational planning process.
- FinCEN issues tax refund fraud advisory
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network released an advisory Friday to help financial institutions more easily identify and report cases of tax refund fraud.
- Honda Federal Credit Union Partners with Wolters Kluwer Financial Services to Transform its Master Disclosure (Case Study)
Honda FCU’s wanted to transform their Master Disclosure into a
user-friendly document that benefits both staff and credit union
members. They also envisioned using the Master Disclosure as a training
tool for new employees. In this case study from Wolters Kluwer Financial
Services we learn how Honda FCU achieved its goals.
- NAFCU's March 7 Webcast Will Help Credit Unions Prepare for Proposed CUSO Rule
NAFCU will help credit unions prepare for heightened scrutiny of credit union service organizations (CUSOs) in its March 7 webcast, which will broadcast live from the NAFCU headquarters in Arlington, Va. from 2:00-3:30 p.m. EST.
- First CFPB report to Congress today
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray is slated to deliver the CFPB’s inaugural Semiannual Report to Congress today with an appearance before the Senate Banking Committee.
- Webcast discounts end tomorrow
Registration discounts end tomorrow for a special two-hour NAFCU webcast set for Jan. 25 that will detail coverage of credit union share insurance and recent changes to NCUA rules pertaining to advertising of that insurance coverage.
- NCUA to host webcast with Matz, Cordray
NCUA will host a free webinar with Board Chairman Debbie Matz and Richard Cordray, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s first presidentially-appointed director, on Feb. 8 at 3 p.m. EST, the agency announced Wednesday.
- NAFCU Expands Compliance Team With Addition of Two Credit Union Veterans
NAFCU President and CEO Fred Becker announced today that NAFCU has expanded its compliance team with the addition of Regulatory Compliance Counsels Bernadette Clair and Jihan “Jiji” Bahhur.
- NAFCU Dec. 14 Webcast Offers Inside Look At Updated FFIEC Authentication Guidance
NAFCU is providing credit unions with an inside look at the updated Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) guidance on authentication during its Dec. 14 webcast.
- NAFCU Offers BSA Update for Credit Union BSA Officers
NAFCU will update experienced credit union Bank Secrecy Act officers on the most recent BSA developments during a webcast Nov. 2 from 2-3:30 p.m. EDT. The program will broadcast live from NAFCU headquarters in Arlington, Va.
- NAFCU's Oct. 5 Webcast Offers Primer on Risk Management and BSA For CU Directors, Executives
Credit union board members and executives who want to gain a greater understanding of risk management and Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) compliance will want to tune in to NAFCU’s Oct. 5 webcast.
- Demo Button
Demo NAFCU's Online Training for Volunteers and New Staff
- Regulatory Checklist (As of 4/1/2010)
Regulatory Checklist (As of 4/1/2010) from Wolters Kluwer Financial Services. Use this cheat sheet for an at-a-glance look at the what, when, and why of this year’s regulations.