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Free Discovery doubleheader slated for July 19
MADISON, Wis. (6/30/11)--CUNA Mutual Group is hosting its first Discovery Webinar doubleheader on July19--and both events are free. Bill Klewin, CUNA Mutual director of regulatory compliance, will present “Hot Topics around Lending Regulatory Compliance” at 12:15 p.m. (CT), followed by Brad Pricer, CUNA Mutual employee benefits senior manager, presenting “Navigate Health Care Reform with Confidence” at 2:15 p.m. Attendees may call in for one or both of the webinars. Klewin’s session will address lending regulation challenges faced by credit unions. He will focus on required changes to policies, procedures and data processing systems and recommend best practices for keeping in compliance. He also will attempt to bring clarity to confusing open-end lending requirements of Regulation Z. Pricer will review the health and welfare plan mandates in effect this year and how they impact credit unions. He also will examine what to expect in the future and provide tools and resources for gathering information to stay in compliance and confidently communicate with employees. CUNA Mutual’s Discovery Conference has a long history of bringing learning and networking opportunities to credit unions. Topics are aimed at enhancing credit unions’ ability to compete.
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