League Conference

Regulatory Compliance Conference – Postponed

09/23/2020 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm ET
Level: N/A
Location: Hilton Garden Inn, Freeport
League Conference
Cost: 219.00
Contact: Susan Erlandson at serlandson@mainecul.org

The credit union compliance environment is in a constant state of flux – new rules are issued, existing rules are amended, interpretations of rules change, regulatory focus varies from year to year. Plan to join Kristen Tatlock and focus on critical topics including:

Compliance Hot Topics and Regulatory Focus – This session will provide a discussion of some of the “hot” compliance issues that credit unions will face in 2020. We’ll also take a look at what the NCUA and CFPB have said are priorities for this year.

The Forgotten Regulations: Why You Can’t Just “Plug and Play” – It is easy to ignore the older compliance issues when managing the tsunami of new information and requirements but this method is guaranteed to come with damaging errors in due time. We’ll re-visit compliance issues – adverse action notices, Regulation E error resolution, Overdrafts and Courtesy Pay, ID Theft/Red Flags program requirements, military lending regulations, and Regulation D – that credit unions may not have given thought to in a while and discuss why you should pay attention to them today.

Advertising Rules – This session will cover the rules and regulations regarding advertising share and loan products. We’ll also discuss electronic advertisements and social media and highlight some of the most common errors credit unions make in advertising their products and services.

Conducting a Compliance Review – A compliance audit can identify problems and weaknesses BEFORE they are detected by examiners, or even worse, members and members’ attorneys.  This session will provide an overview of the tools and resources available for conducting a compliance review as well as areas to review and questions to ask.

Resources Sharing and Compliance Officer Tips and Tricks – Attendees are asked to bring and share one tip for making compliance work better. It can be a “go to” resource you use, a fun training technique, a short cut you’ve learned, or anything you can offer that will make life easier for your fellow compliance officers.  We’ll conclude with tips and tricks to help make the compliance officer’s life a bit easier.

Leadership: Kristen Tatlock


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