August 24, 2014

NAFCU Seminar eyes latest on CU reg compliance

Aug. 4, 2014 – Credit unions will gain insight on the latest and upcoming regulatory challenges affecting their regulatory compliance responsibilities at NAFCU's 2014 Regulatory Compliance Seminar, which takes place Oct. 14 - 17 in Baltimore.

"Now more than ever, credit unions need to be well-informed of the pending compliance matters from regulatory agencies," said JiJi Bahhur, NAFCU Certified Compliance Officer and director of regulatory compliance. "This event will provide credit unions' regulatory compliance teams with the latest knowledge to help them successfully handle the obstacles ahead."

Attendees will hear from Bahhur and other members of NAFCU's highly regarded staff. Other experts, including NCUA Office of Examination and Insurance Director Larry Fazio, are also on the speaker slate.

The Seminar includes updates on NCUA's risk-based capital proposal and exam modernization process, the new credit union service organizations (CUSOs) rule, CFPB's rule on combined Truth in Lending Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (TILA/RESPA) disclosures, third-party data breaches, protecting credit union data and more.

NAFCU Certified Compliance Officers
can earn all the credits they need for recertification at the Regulatory Compliance Seminar. NCCOs whose designations are expiring this year can earn the full 24 CEUs needed to recertify without having to retake the exams.

The Seminar, which is at the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel and sponsored by NAFCU Services Corporation, will also provide attendees networking opportunities with other credit union professionals.

The deadline for early registration savings of $100 for NAFCU members and nonmembers is Aug. 22. Visit to learn more and to register.