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CSS expands risk-managementcompliance alliance with Abound Resources
MADISON, Wis. (11/2/11)--CUNA Strategic Services Inc. (CSS) and Abound Resources have expanded their alliance to include risk management, compliance consulting and advisory services for credit unions. 

"We are living in an increasingly complex regulatory and economic environment," said Wes Millar, CSS senior vice president. "Abound Resources has demonstrated to us that they possess the experience, knowledge and resources to assist credit unions in these challenging times."

A key benefit of the CSS/Abound Resources risk management relationship to credit unions will be the presence of a single, trusted source of information and services for the broad spectrum of risk management issues.

In addition to a discount on consulting assistance to credit unions, Abound Resources offers free live webinars and information through a resource library on its website. 

"Our risk management and compliance services are now coupled with the existing CSS relationship around our vendor management processes," said Brad Smith, Abound Resources president/CEO. "Credit unions now have a comprehensive set of risk management services available to them ranging from enterprise risk management to specific compliance services."

Credit unions can learn more by attending a free webinar at 2 p.m. (CT) Nov. 17 on "Developing the Enterprise Risk Management Infrastructure for Credit Unions."

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