BSA compliance starts with well-trained staff. Read more


Regulator moves give compliance pros a mixed view of what's happening and what's to come. Read more


The proposed rule provides some reduced impact on credit unions, but by and large, it will nonetheless increase the compliance burden. Read more


Regulators have today’s credit card advertisements under an intense magnifying glass. As evidence of the increased attention on credit cards, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently issued a bulletin on the marketing of credit card promotional APR offers. Read more


Thinking about 2015 yet? It’ll be here soon, along with new mortgage regs from the CFPB, perhaps risk-based capital changes from the NCUA, and now new “know your customer” requirements courtesy of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network and the Bank Secrecy Act. Read more


Finding the necessary resources to address proposed rules in this regulatory environment can be a challenge, especially as credit unions are already weighed down with implementing final rules. However, the significant impact that the proposed rules could have on the long-term growth and direction of the credit union does not allow them to be ignored. Trade associations can help your voice be heard and ease the burden imposed on credit unions. Read more


The program calls for FFIEC members–the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Reserve Board, the FDIC, the CFPB and the NCUA–to include cybersecurity issues in regularly scheduled exams at more than 500 community institutions, including credit unions. Read more


he Idaho Credit Union League today announced its partnership with credit union compliance firm PolicyWorks to help its member credit unions stay on top of regulatory requirements and answer individual compliance questions. Read more


Brian Godwin covers a new compliance resource for credit unions. Read more


PolicyWorks' Regulatory Counsel, Erin O'Hern, provides a few of her top resources for credit unions to use when preparing for severe weather. Read more


PolicyWorks today announced an agreement with Reed & Jolly, PLLC, a well-known industry law firm, to provide its credit union clients with a resource for specific legal services. Read more


CU Times covers promotions of PolicyWorks' regulatory compliance staff members, Godwin and O'Hern. Read more


Jennifer Anderson-Kapke, compliance attorney for PolicyWorks, provides insight into how best to keep regulators from your door when it comes to credit card compliance. Read more


PolicyWorks' compliance attorney, Michael Christians, addresses what credit unions need to know about the proposed QM rule ammendment. Read more


This article by Lindsey Richardson, PolicyWorks' compliance officer, offers suggestions for best managing member complaints. Read more


Satisfying compliance demands as well as demands from examiners are a focus of much strategic discussions at credit unions these days. Read more


PolicyWorks has promoted two regulatory compliance personnel. Brian Godwin, previously senior compliance officer, is now director of regulatory compliance. Erin O’Hern, previously compliance attorney, is now regulatory counsel. Read more


Credit unions can expect reasonably good lending conditions as the financial crisis gets a little further in the rear-view mirror during the second half of this year, but they will continue to be challenged by regulatory pressure. Read more


Read this article by Michael Christians, compliance attorney for PolicyWorks, to learn more about the next "big thing" in mortgage lending compliance. Read more

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