PolicyWorks names VP of Client Development. Read more

 

In an interview with CU Broadcast at GAC, Jason Skemp, Director of Audit Services with PolicyWorks, talks about what credit unions can expect to see from examiners in 2019. Read more

 

PolicyWorks CEO, Miriam De Dios Woodward, was named to the 20th annual list of the Des Moines Business Record’s Forty under 40. Read more

 

In the newest whitepaper, PolicyWorks Director of Audit, Jason Skemp, discusses the NCUA top priorities for 2019, tactics for how credit unions can prepare for a successful audit, and the importance of a Compliance Management System as it relates to audits and examinations. Read more

 

Coopera, Inclusiv, PolicyWorks and Filene collaborate to enable rapid scale of needed financial access

An Implementation Guide for Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) Lending is now available for financial institutions to provide access to loans for consumers that may not traditionally have access to these services. Read more

 

Affiliates Management Company (AMC), parent company of PolicyWorks, LLC, and holding company for the Iowa Credit Union League (ICUL), today announced Miriam De Dios Woodward will become the new CEO of PolicyWorks, LLC. Read more

 

In a recent whitepaper, "Think You Know Audits" PolicyWorks asserts that examiners have raised their expectations when it comes to compliance audits, and explores three factors that credit unions should consider when developing their compliance audit best practices. Read more

 

In a new white paper written for credit union executives, regulatory compliance firm PolicyWorks explores increased examiner expectations for compliance audits and talks through what it says are several important factors for credit unions to consider as they polish their best practices. Read more

 

Regulatory compliance firm PolicyWorks and cybersecurity firm LMG Security join forces to help credit unions meet regulators’ cybersecurity priorities Read more

 

Your Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) examination is coming up. What should you do to prepare?
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Cindy Williams talks to CU Today about why credit unions should consider plans for adjusting credit card programs, possibly moving from a fixed to variable rate and adopting risk-based pricing. Read more

 

On the heels of the recent CFPB Enforcement Action on Navy Federal, we’ve had a flurry of questions regarding the practice of limiting members’ services. Read more

 

I am sure that I am not the only one that has noticed that it has been a pretty eventful last few months when it comes to enforcement actions. Read more

 

To help credit unions comply with complex regulatory requirements governing website and marketing communications, PolicyWorks and Credit Union Web Design have partnered. Read more

 

So, last week I was at the “Happiest Place on Earth” with my three sons, their wives, and my 3 ½ year-old grandson. I discovered the Happiest Place on Earth is a little less happy when it is 95 degrees and HUMID. It’s supposed to be Fall, for goodness sake. But, I digress. While it did turn out to be a pretty happy vacation, I sometimes just can’t get out of compliance mode, even when visiting that famous Mouse. Read more

 

Limits for credit card fees and mortgage points and fees are changing. Stay on top of the latest thresholds. Read more

 

My inbox has been quite full recently, as credit unions are gearing up for the implementation of the Military Lending Act revisions which are effective at the beginning of October. That is to be expected, as the revised rule impacts credit unions much more significantly than it had in the past. Read more

 

I’ve always wished for this kind of of-the-moment, at-the-fingertips information for compliance. After all, compliance training was not something moms and dads – nor even colleges and universities – could have prepared anyone for. Wouldn’t it be great to have a nice online video, or instructional manual, when implementing new requirements? Read more

 

Today, most ACH payments are settled on the next business day, but changes are coming that will enable ACH Originators the option of same-day processing to accounts at any receiving financial institution (RDFI). That day is right around the corner – is your Credit Union ready? Read more

 

Years ago, redlining was a name used for the discriminatory practice where people living in certain areas or neighborhoods were not given the same access to credit as people in other areas. The term “redlining” refers to the practice of using a red line on a map to show the area where financial institutions would not invest. Read more

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