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CUNA compliance audios are back and even better
WASHINGTON (4/16/14)--Back by popular demand, Credit Union National Association compliance staff are posting new audio updates on the hottest compliance topics.

The new audio posts are broken into smaller chunks, down from their former 60 to 90 minutes, and will be posted more frequently than before when they were offered on a quarterly basis. The new format allows users to pick and choose the topics they listen to.
 
"We have heard from many in the credit union system over the past year requesting that CUNA's compliance staff bring back the quarterly 'Pressing Issues' conference calls, and we are really happy to do that," CUNA Federal Compliance Counsel Colleen Kelly said.

"However," she added, "many have also told us that as the unprecedented deluge of regulations continues, they rarely have 90 minutes to spare to participate on a scheduled conference call. So, in response, we are rolling out a new format."

The first editions of CUNA's newly formatted audio conference cover:
  • Mortgage lending;
  • The latest National Credit Union Administration developments;
  • The Bank Secrecy Act and the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control; and
  • Other federal regulatory issues.
Printable handouts will also be provided as part of the CUNA programs. Short recordings on other topics will be posted in the coming months.

For the new CUNA resource, use the links (members only).
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