CUs: Utilize award-winning compliance assistance, resources
In honor of National Compliance Officer Day, NAFCU is highlighting the various educational offerings, compliance assistance, and resources available for credit union compliance professionals.
NAFCU has three comprehensive events for compliance professionals currently available on-demand:
- Regulatory Compliance School On-Demand;
- Risk Management Seminar On-Demand; and
- BSA School On-Demand.
In addition, the association kicks off its Regulatory Compliance and BSA Seminar today in Savannah, Ga., and virtually. Attendees will strengthen their overall compliance and Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) knowledge and hear the latest on evolving regulatory trends and hot topics. NAFCU Certified Compliance Officers (NCCOs) and NAFCU Certified Bank Secrecy Officers (NCBSOs) will also have the opportunity to recertify.
NAFCU members have direct access to the association’s regulatory compliance team. The team strives to answer compliance issues within one business day, and often responds much faster. Contact the NAFCU Compliance Team today; team members solve over 6,000 compliance questions every year from member credit unions!
The NAFCU Compliance Team also provides credit unions with several weekly, monthly, and quarterly resources, including:
- NAFCU Compliance Blog, with new posts published weekly on Monday and Wednesday;
- the member-only Compliance Monitor, published monthly;
- the member-only BSA Blast, published quarterly; and
- several other guides that provide valuable information for new and seasoned credit union compliance professionals.
Credit unions are encouraged to check out the compliance calendar to view the latest credit union regulatory compliance requirement deadlines.
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