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Regulatory Compliance Seminar

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Monday, October 8

Tuesday, October 9

Sessions start at 8:15 a.m. and end at 4:15 p.m.
  • 7:00 a.m.

    Start your day with hot breakfast, and the opportunity to build stronger connections with your peers from credit unions across the country.

  • Conference Welcome Address

    Presented by Carrie Hunt, EVP of Government Affairs and General Counsel

  • Carrie Hunt is known for dissecting the most important issues of the day in her regular "7 notes to note" email. Start the conference off with the live version as you learn the 7 big things you should be paying attention to at your credit union right now!

  • The Military Lending Act (MLA) has proven challenging for credit unions to implement; in fact, it's one of the topics NAFCU's compliance hotline receives the most questions about. Gain an understanding of the remaining compliance hurdles around MLA and how your credit union can successfully navigate them. 

  • The recently implemented HMDA regulation requires your credit union to gather more data then ever. But the process can prove to be a legal risk to your credit union. Examine the data collected, and what you need to look at from a quality assurance standpoint, to collect data more safely and securely.

  • Bankruptcy challenges are just one aspect of credit union collections. Take a deep dive into the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) so you can fully understand the compliance challenges involved as well. 

  • Energize for the second half of the day, and build stronger connections with your peers from credit unions across the country.

  • Bankruptcy cases present credit unions with a number of unique challenges. Master them during this exploration of bankruptcy concepts. You'll review specific real-life examples to help you more easily identify threats and opportunities, plus explore the intersection of the mortgage servicing rules with bankruptcy law. 

  • The TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rule was designed to help borrowers understand the terms of their home financing transaction. But credit unions are still wrestling with lingering challenges. Examine the latest complexities of complying with new challenges and fixes to the rule so you can overcome hurdles at your credit union.

  • 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, October 10

Sessions start at 8:30 a.m. and end at 3:45 p.m.
  • 7:00 a.m.

    Start your day with hot breakfast, and the opportunity to build stronger connections with your peers from credit unions across the country.

  • NAFCU has been on the front lines with credit unions fighting frivolous Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) lawsuits. Hear from a panel of NAFCU experts and outside counsel as you gain insight into the current landscape of ADA cases against credit unions, and what direction we're heading in. 

  • Cybersecurity has become one of the biggest opportunities--and threat sources--for businesses across the world. And it's been a supervisory priority for the last three years, providing additional challenges for your compliance team. Join us to gain an in-depth understanding of Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (CAT) requirements, the Automated Cybersecurity Examination Tool (ACET) and examiner expectations. 

  • Bank of America settled an overdraft lawsuit to the tune of $66.6 million dollars in 2017. Have you taken a look at your overdraft program and disclosures to ensure compliance with the rules? Review what you need to do to stay out of trouble.  

  • Energize for the second half of the day, and build stronger connections with your peers from credit unions across the country.

  • Cambridge Analytics. Facebook. The European Union.  Outside actors are shaping the ever evolving privacy rules that credit unions operate under. Explore the latest in newly written privacy laws like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and what you must do to be compliant. 

  • Credit unions have seen some relief in the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) arena. However lawsuits are still lingering, and the compliance risks are still present. Join us and gain insights about the latest lawsuits and compliance obstacles being faced. 

Thursday, October 11

Sessions start at 8:30 a.m. and end at 3:30 p.m.
  • 7:00 a.m.

    Start your day with hot breakfast, and the opportunity to build stronger connections with your peers from credit unions across the country.

  • Fair Lending and Regulation B provide a number of compliance headaches for credit unions. Examine the latest in litigation trends and learn invaluable ways to use your internal data to justify business decisions and keep your credit union safe.

  • FinCEN's member due diligence and beneficial ownership rule change the landscape of BSA/AML compliance. This session will examine the rule in depth, and provide best practices to meet the new rule requirements.

  • We're monitoring the hottest compliance trends and needs between now and October, so you can benefit from a TBD topic that best meets your needs!

  • Energize for the second half of the day, and build stronger connections with your peers from credit unions across the country.

  • Vendor management remains an NCUA priority. Learn the latest documentation required in credit union vendor management and compliance best practices, including around the new SSAE18 that was issued last year to  clarifiy and recodify the process of SOC report review.

  • NCUA's supervisory priority for 2018 internal controls explains that examiners will continue to evaluate the adequacy of credit union internal controls, as well as overall efforts to prevent and detect fraud. Join us to review key internal controls and learn what your credit union should be reviewing from an audit standpoint.

Friday, October 12

Sessions start at 8:30 a.m. and end at 12:30 p.m.
  • 7:00 a.m

    Start your day with hot breakfast, and the opportunity to build stronger connections with your peers from credit unions across the country.

  • NCUA is reviewing credit unions' overall efforts to prevent and detect fraud in 2018. This session will explore the latest in fraud trends and what red flags your program needs to watch out for. 

  • Receive an update on other expected regulatory action that will affect your credit union. You'll learn about changes at key federal regulators including the CFPB and NCUA, get updates on recent guidance, and get clarity  around upcoming implementation deadlines, rule changes, and proposals.

  • We're monitoring the hottest compliance trends and needs between now and October, so you can benefit from a TBD topic that best meets your needs!