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Audio conference to tackle ID theft prevention compliance

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MADISON, Wis. (9/17/08)--Credit unions can discover if the components of their identity theft prevention programs meet industry requirements during the Identity Theft Red Flags Audio Conference, offered by the Credit Union National Association. The Sept. 29 audio conference will cover:
* Required components of an identity theft prevention program; * Procedures for creating, implementing, and administering the prevention program; * Conducting a risk assessment for required accounts; * Applicable red flags for credit union operations; and * Required approvals and reporting.
Also, credit union professionals can ask compliance questions during the Oct. 30 Pressing CU Compliance Issues Audio Conference. The conference will address three or four of the most popular hot-topic issues--as determined by feedback received from credit unions. Participants can help build the agenda by e-mailing their questions to cucomply@cuna.coop before the conference. A panel of compliance experts will tackle topics and clarify the areas of concern. Participants also can ask questions about additional compliance topics during the conference. For more information, use the links.

CU Business Group appoints four to new advisory board

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PORTLAND, Ore. (9/17/08)--CU Business Group announced that four members have been appointed to its newly formed advisory board. “The role of the advisory board is to provide input and direction from our credit unions’ perspectives,” said Larry Middleman, CU Business Group president/CEO. “The advisory board will strengthen our perspective of the marketplace for business services in the credit union industry.” Middleman selected each member of the board, based on experience and expertise. Members include:
* Carl Roer, vice president of lending, Sound CU, Tacoma, Wash.; * Brian Sherrick, executive vice president, operations and lending, Postal CU, Woodbury, Minn.; * Gary Smart, vice president of business services and lending, Crane FCU, Crane, Ind.; and * Jeff Stone, executive vice president, member business services, North Island CU, Chula Vista, Calif.
CU Business Group provides business lending, deposit and consulting services to credit unions. It is partnered with 11 corporate credit unions.