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NCUA Responding to CU Exam Issues

Exam concerns, long a priority for CUs, are moving up the agency’s priority list.
Mary Dunn
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The most efficient examinations are ones in which credit union officials and examiners treat each other as professionals and respect each other’s informed points of views.
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What’s Happening on the BSA Front?

Highlights from the CUNA-NASCUS Bank Secrecy Act Conference.
Valerie Moss
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Here’s a BSA update, highlighting recent actions by FinCEN, which oversees compliance with BSA/anti-money laundering.
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Matz: NCUA Exams Will Focus on Lending Risks

Agency will pay particular attention to five areas of lending.
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Continued high unemployment and low real estate values will put pressure on CU loan portfolios.
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Stand Up for Your Point of View With Regulators

CUs can take several steps to improve relationships with regulators, says Dunn.
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Stand up for your point of view when you face disagreements with your examiners and regulators.
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Open the Door to Communication

A CUNA subcommittee leads the charge to a better regulator-CU relationship.
Bill Cheney
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There should be a healthy tension between the regulator and the regulated. Recently, however, it seems the tension has become “healthier” than usual.
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Show Your Policies Some Love

Do you know which policies must be reviewed at least annually?
Jami Weems
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Valentine's Day has come and gone, but you still need to give your policies some love and be faithful to policy maintenance and upkeep.
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Crises Create Compliance Burdens, and 'This One's a Doozy'

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Sixty-one new regulatory pronouncements were made in 2009 and more are expected in 2010. How can CUs deal with this growing burden?
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