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New compliance audio conference offered June 15
WASHINGTON (6/13/11)--SAFE Act registration, proposed changes to current risk-based pricing regulations, and other compliance issues will be covered during a June 15 audio conference presented by the Credit Union National Association. The audio conference, which will begin at 1:00 p.m. CT, is recommended for credit union and league compliance professionals, credit union management, directors, volunteers or anyone interested in credit union compliance. The cost of registration is $89. CARD Act clarifications, changes to the National Foundation for Consumer Credit’s (NFCC) CARD Act National Locator Line, and related changes to Regulation Z periodic statements, will also be covered. Other topics include Regulation CC changes and coverage of ATM surcharge disclosures. CUNA Director of Compliance Information Valerie Moss, Federal Compliance Counsel Nicole Seabron, and Assistant General Counsel and Senior Compliance Counsel Mike McLain will lead discussion. The audio conference will be archived, and conference registrants will also have access to related archives for six months. For more on the audio conference, use the resource link.


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