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CUNA launches CompBlog today
WASHINGTON (6/20/11)--“CompBlog,” the Credit Union National Association new compliance issues blog, is being launched today as part of a continuing effort to keep apace with the challenges that face credit unions every day. “Credit union compliance challenges continue to arise at a record pace, and we wanted to move to a format that addresses questions at the same rate of speed,” said Valerie Moss, CUNA’s director of compliance information. CUNA’s CompBlog combines the information that credit unions haverelied on for years in CUNA’s Compliance Challenge with content previously found in its popular “What’s New in Compliance”--and serves it up in a timely delivery format. CUNA published its last monthly Compliance Challenge newsletter last month. “With CompBlog, users have all they need on one site to monitor the latest regulatory developments,” said Moss. “The goal is to make this new site a user-friendly destination that credit union compliance professionals find helpful in their daily quest to stay in compliance with the ever-increasing list federal rules and regulations.” CompBlog readers can send comments and questions to CUNA’s compliance department staff (via cucomply@cuna.com), and keep the conversation going with their peers on COBWEB, CUNA’s popular compliance listserv. “We look forward to comments and suggestions from readers on what we can do to best serve their needs,” said Moss. “Working in close partnership with the leagues, CUNA’s mission remains to provide member credit unions with timely and helpful regulatory compliance information.” Visit CUNA’s CompBlog at www.cuna.org, and click on “Regulations & Compliance.”


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