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CUNA Certifies 199 Compliance Experts
MADISON, Wis. (7/12/13)--The Credit Union National Association announced that 199 credit union compliance professionals have earned or renewed their CUNA Credit Union Compliance Expert (CUCE) designations at CUNA Regulatory Compliance School.
 
Of this year's participants, 117 were new certifications, bringing the total number of CUCE designees to 2,021.

CUNA Regulatory Compliance School features annual compliance updates from Washington, D.C., a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau overview and advanced breakout sessions with up-to-date compliance details and modifications. The school provides credit union professionals of all backgrounds and skill levels with an understanding of the major regulations affecting credit unions and their regulatory duties. All CUCEs pass on-site exams to demonstrate their knowledge of the overall compliance environment.
 
The CUCE designation helps credit union compliance professionals stay up-to-date with the latest compliance regulations and ensure their credit unions operate within current laws. Due to the ever-changing compliance environment, the designation must be renewed every three years.
 
The CUCE designation can be earned by completing one of the upcoming training options and successfully completing proctored exams: 
  • CUNA Regulatory Compliance School, Sept. 15-20, in Tempe, Ariz., and April 6-11, 2014, in Hollywood, Calif.; and
  • CUNA Regulatory Compliance Introduction recorded eSchool, available through Oct. 25.
For more information on the schools, use the link.
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