Compliance

Compliance Q&A: CTRs

June 29, 2009
By Valerie Moss Q Can a credit union adopt a policy to disallow cash deposits and withdrawals of more than $10,000 per day to reduce the burden of filing Currency Transaction Reports (CTRs)?   A Yes. The Bank Secrecy Act doesn't prohibit limiting the dollar amount of transactions a credit... READ MORE

Four critical regulatory issues

June 24, 2009
Mary Dunn: Topping the regulatory agenda are regulatory restructuring, top-level changes at NCUA, examination issues, and corporate CU issues. CUNA Deputy Counsel Mary Dunn outlined four critical regulatory issues for credit unions during a morning breakout session Wednesday: 1. Regulatory restructuring. The proposed Consumer Financial Protection Agency is a “glass... READ MORE

Get a Grip on Compliance

June 17, 2009
LEAD STORY Say goodbye to compliance worries with tools from two CUNA strategic alliance providers. Compliance software from Verafin Inc., St. John’s, Newfoundland, helps you comply with the Bank Secrecy Act, USA PATRIOT Act, and Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act red flag rules. TraceSecurity Compliance Manager™ from TraceSecurity, Baton... READ MORE

Cramdowns: CUs Not Out of the Woods

June 17, 2009
A Supreme Court decision leaves an open question on unsecured second mortgages. Michael McLain It’s unlikely Congress will reconsider cramdown legislation in the short term, following its defeat in the Senate this spring. Before breathing a sigh of relief, you might want to read the rest of this article. The... READ MORE

Rebate Nets $13.5 million

June 17, 2009
LEAD STORY Despite a local economy mired in recession, American 1 Federal Credit Union’s recent loan rebate promotion showed there’s room for loan growth in Michigan. The $163 million asset, Jackson-based credit union offered a loan rebate in April that will give members who financed a closed-end, secured loan half... READ MORE

CU Grassroots Sprout Thick

June 17, 2009
Recent Hill actions prove the CU voice is heard in Washington. Mark Wolff Credit unions are known in Washington, D.C., for the power of their grassroots-based political involvement. A significant portion of the Credit Union National Association’s (CUNA) advocacy efforts go to grassroots cultivation. There’s the Hike the Hill program... READ MORE

Midyear Reflection

June 17, 2009
The first six months saw great challenges. More will come. Daniel A. Mica It has been said that time has no divisions to mark its passage. It’s just us humans who bang a drum, shoot off some fireworks, or declare a holiday to celebrate the moment. So, here’s a very... READ MORE

Compliance Q&A: ID Theft Red Flags

May 28, 2009
By Valerie Moss Q Are credit unions required to provide member education as a part of their identity theft red flag programs?   A No. The regulation calls for staff training as necessary to implement the program. Even though member education isn't mentioned as a required program element, it’s still... READ MORE

TV Ads In the DVR Age

May 20, 2009
LEAD STORY Have hundreds of cable channels and the popularity of digital video recorders (DVR) rendered credit union television advertising obsolete? Nathan Tothrow doesn’t think so. “A lot of folks say TV advertising is dead because of DVR. But there’s not enough data to make that assertion,” says the vice... READ MORE

Focus on the 'Open' In Open-End Lending

May 20, 2009
Review your practices, policies, and procedures to determine if you want to continue to use multifeatured open-end lending as a primary consumer lending strategy. READ MORE
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#EMV Liability Shift Deadline Less Than a Year Away

Apple Pay. Tokenization. NFC. Biometrics. There are so many buzzwords being talked about in the payments arena that it can be difficult to keep up.  Combine that with the fact that there seems to be a new data breach every week, and your head will be spinning.  While these new technologies are all exciting and […]

Introducing New PolicyWorks Team Members

Hello everyone!  As the two newest members to the PolicyWorks team Zac Pollock and I, Melinda Peterson, would like to introduce ourselves. As a Compliance Specialist, I am responsible for assisting credit unions with their compliance needs as well as being a resource for reviewing marketing materials and websites for compliance with federal regulations.  I […]

Risk- Based Capital Rule 2.0

The NCUA has announced that it will be issuing a revised proposed risk-based capital rule.  The proposed rule will also allow for a new comment period. This is great news for credit unions. The original risk-based capital rule may have been one of the most significant proposed rules facing credit unions in recent times.  And the feedback […]
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