Archive Links

Consumer Archive
CU System Archive
Market Archive
Products Archive
Washington Archive

News Now

CU System
CUNA offers consumer lending basics eSchool
MADISON, Wis. (10/9/08)--Credit union professionals can learn the basic concepts of the consumer lending process through a Credit Union National Association (CUNA) eSchool beginning in November. The seven-session Consumer Lending eSchool: Foundations meets Nov. 5-Dec. 3. The eSchool begins by exploring the lending process basics, including member inquiries, credit investigations and decisions, and proper documentation. It then covers regulations affecting consumer loans and addresses the latest compliance issues impacting credit union lending. Next, participants will learn about the collections process and how to identify bankruptcy warning signs. Finally, it addresses sales and service as well as improving negotiation skills. For those who need a review of new and updated compliance issues, CUNA offers Regulatory Compliance eSchool: Update. The six-session eSchool runs from Nov. 6-Dec. 18 and provides an in-depth understanding of regulations and compliance issues surrounding vendor due diligence, consumer and mortgage lending, eBanking, and disaster planning. Also, participants will learn the National Credit Union Administration’s hot topics and red flag-issues for the year to prepare for their credit union’s upcoming examinations, along with pending and possible future compliance issues. An eSchool is a series of interactive classroom sessions that features live, real time instruction from industry experts via the Internet and a telephone conference call. Students have an opportunity to interact with the instructor and other participants via online chats and live discussions. Participants may register for specific webinars or the entire series of sessions as an eSchool. For more information, use the link.
Other Resources

RSS print
News Now LiveWire
Franchise businesses may face higher breach risk with POS systems HT @briankrebs http://t.co/LGE46DUk15
18 minutes ago
About 1 in 3 consumers use plastsic for in-person purchases of less than $5, according to @CreditCardsCom survey.
1 hours ago
#NewsNow Bankrate cites Schenk on 100M membership reach http://t.co/iNwjpZRJp4
2 hours ago
Aug. consumer confidence highest since 10/07, says @Conferenceboard See #NewsNow http://t.co/pzGAYvIjYp
2 hours ago
Kill-switch to protect phones? Calif gov signs bill that may lead to natl trend http://t.co/KCWOPJRtJi
2 hours ago