2017 Regulatory Update Seminar

Keeping Up With Compliance Changes & Challenges 
How can you possibly keep up with all the regulatory and compliance changes from the last 12 months?

Relax, sit back, and let credit union compliance expert Mary-Lou Heighes and the Regulatory Update Seminar reduce your stress of monitoring compliance changes. In just one day you’ll get the information you need to maintain your compliance knowledge and skills, and you’ll learn about current hot topics and danger zones.

You’ll be able to:

  • Keep up with regulatory changes by getting the latest lending, account administration, operations, and other compliance information you need
  • Increase your ability to manage, monitor, and maintain effective compliance procedures 
  • Discuss regulatory changes and challenges with your peers in a relaxing networking environment created exclusively for credit union professionals 

Topics include:
Changes to Regulation CC
Definitions, electronic checks, returned checks, remote deposit capture liability, new proposal
Prepaid cards
Bank Secrecy Act--Enforcement Actions and updates
CTR update
OFAC changes and update
New Arbitration Regulations
Children's Online Privacy Protection
Enforcement Actions against Financial Institutions
Website hot topic:  ADA

Military Lending Act Examinations
Truth in Lending changes to TRID
Check-up on HMDA changes
Appraiser Availability Advisory
Changes to consumer report contents

Incentive compensation
New Compliance Risk Evaluations
NCUA and DBO update
CFPB Supervisory Highlights

And more!

If you are responsible for your credit union’s compliance, you won’t want to miss this seminar!

Who Should Attend? This seminar is intended for credit union professionals who are already familiar with compliance rules, regulations, and procedures, especially in these positions: 

  • Compliance
  • CEOs
  • Operations
  • Auditors
  • Lending
  • Member Service

What is Included: Your training package includes a networking luncheon.  Each participant will also receive the seminar handbook and an attractive certificate to frame or add to your employee file. Note:  Parking fees and overnight accommodations are not included in the seminar fee.

Financial Assistance:
  California and Nevada credit unions needing financial assistance in order to participate are encouraged to apply for funding through the Richard Myles Johnson Foundation.  To receive an application, call the Leagues’ Credit Union Development Department at 800.472.1702, ext. 6057.

Cancellation Policy:
  Cancellations must be made in writing at least four (4) business days before the seminar date to be eligible for a refund.  No refunds will be made for cancellations received less than four (4) business days before the seminar.  Substitutions are always welcome.

Continuing Education (CE):
  The League follows the regulations as outlined in the California Accountancy Act. Educational sessions at this seminar may qualify for CE credit. If you are interested in receiving CE credit, please inform us when you register for this event.

  Business casual attire is appropriate. You may want to bring a sweater or jacket, as meeting rooms can be cool.

  Electronic recording of any portion of this seminar is not permitted.  Thank you for your cooperation.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee:
  Your satisfaction is our #1 priority.  We guarantee you will be completely satisfied with this Legal Update Seminar or we will refund your registration fee. 

Call 800.472.1702, ext. 6029, or email us at registrations@ccul.org.


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