July 30, 2021

New on the Compliance Blog: Suspicious activity, interagency guidance on third-party risk management, more

Compliance BlogAs credit unions work to meet the needs of more than 125 million Americans during the coronavirus pandemic, NAFCU's award-winning regulatory compliance team continues to keep credit unions informed with new posts on the Compliance Blog every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Here's a roundup of what's new this week:

Too Illegit to Quit: Dealing with Ongoing Suspicious Behavior: In Monday's blog post, NAFCU Regulatory Compliance Counsel Nick St. John breaks down several things for credit unions to consider when a member engages in suspicious activity.

Proposed Interagency Guidance on Third-Party Risk Management: NAFCU Senior Regulatory Compliance Counsel David Park details proposed interagency guidance on third-party risk management from federal financial regulators – including the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), and the Federal Reserve.

Adding Select Groups to Your Field of Membership: In today's blog, NAFCU Regulatory Compliance Counsel Keith Schostag reviews how a multiple common bond federal credit union (FCU) can amend Section 5 of its charter to directly add a new select group to the FCU's field of membership.

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