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New hot topics compliance session slated for Feb. 11
WASHINGTON (2/9/10)--Pressing credit union compliance issues will be the subject Thursday of a Credit Union National Association (CUNA) audio conference. Through this audio conference, credit union compliance professionals can learn about the current hot topics and will have an opportunity to ask questions of the panel. On the call will be a panel of experts from CUNA's compliance department lead by Kathy Thompson, senior vice president for compliance. Participants in the call will receive an overview of recent compliance developments that will affect credit union operations. The 90-minute audio conference, scheduled to begin 3 p.m. (ET), will be broken into two parts, with the first segment covering areas that currently require special attention by credit unions, including:
* Credit cards: Troublesome areas in the Fed's new credit card rules; * July's open-end Regulation Z changes; * New model privacy notices; * Overdrafts rules; and * Consolidation of the Fed's check processing operations.
The second part of the audio conference will provide a quick update on developing compliance issues, such as:
* Proposed internet gambling regulations; * Risk-based pricing; and * The Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act of 2008 (SAFE Act).
For more information or to register for the audio conference, use the resource link.
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