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Aug. 02 - Aug. 23, 2016

2:00-3:30 PM CDT

CUNA Regulatory Compliance Update eSchool will arm you with the knowledge to keep your credit union ahead of the compliance environment. You’ll hear from industry experts on the compliance challenges they see facing credit unions, get up-to-speed on the regulatory changes that have taken place and have an opportunity to recertify your Credit Union Compliance Expert (CUCE) designation.

Tailor your education! You can choose training classes that best fit your professional development needs. To complete the eSchool, students attend five required core classes and three elective classes.

Core Classes:

  • August 2, 2016: Washington D.C. – The Regulatory Front & What You Need to Know (2:00-3:00 p.m. CT)
  • August 9, 2016: Consumer Lending Regulations Update (2:00-3:30 p.m. CT)
  • August 16, 2016: Mortgage Lending Regulations Update (2:00-3:30 p.m. CT)
  • August 23, 2016: Compliance Case Study (2:00-3:00 p.m. CT)
  • Available August 22, 2016: Pre-recorded CUCE Recertification Study Session (for CUCE’s who are recertifying).

Elective Classes (choose three):

In addition to the required classes above, students have the option to choose three of the below recorded classes from the live 2016 CUNA Regulatory Compliance School in Florida. The recordings are available from August 22-December 31, 2016. Instructions for gaining access to your selected classes will be emailed to you on August 22.

  • Information/Cyber Security: What It Is & What You Need with Susan Orr
  • Developing & Organizing an Effective Remoted Deposit Capture Program with Susan Orr
  • Credit Unions’ Responsibility & Liability to Report Elder Financial Abuse with Colleen Kelly
  • FCRA: Are You Satisfying Your Furnisher Duties? with Valerie Moss
  • The Latest & Greatest Headaches & Heartaches in Bankruptcy with Frank Drake
  • Do You Know Your ESIGN Do’s & Don’ts? with Valerie Moss
  • Regulation Z – There’s More to the Regulation than Mortgage Requirements with Kristen Tatlock
  • Money Laundering Crimes & Credit Unions’ BSA Compliance with Colleen Kelly
  • A Volunteer’s Guide to Compliance: Creating an Effective Board Education Program with David Reed

You may also be interested in CUNA Compliance Community and CUNA RegTraC.

Who Should Attend

This eSchool is beneficial for credit union professionals looking to stay up-to-date on recent regulatory changes, to hear what’s happening on the regulatory front, and for those wanting to recertify their CUCE designation. Affiliation with CUNA/League is required for attendance.

IMPORTANT 2016 EXAM INFORMATION
  • Recertifying CUCE’s can take the CUCE Recertification proctored exam between August 22 and November 4, 2016.
  • CUCE Recertification exams can only be taken during this exam window.
  • It is important to locate a proctor within your area and schedule the recertification exam in advance, please see deadline information below.

Steps to Proctored Exam:

  1. REGISTER for CUNA Regulatory Compliance Update eSchool.
  2. LOCATE a proctor in your area (proctor must be available during exam window). For more information on proctor guidelines, please click here.
  3. SCHEDULE the recertification exam on a date within the exam window: August 22 – November 4, 2016.
  4. SUBMIT the Proctored Exam Request Form on or before Friday September 30, 2016. *Please allow 4 weeks processing time.* The last day to submit an exam request is September 30, 2016.
  5. ATTEND CUNA Regulatory Compliance Update eSchool sessions.
  6. TAKE the proctored recertification exam between August 22 – November 4, 2016.
If you have further questions about the exam process, please contact training@cuna.coop or 800-356-8655 ext 4249.
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Aug. 02 - Aug. 23, 2016

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Core Classes (required)

Class 1: Washington D.C. – The Regulatory Front & What You Need to Know
August 2, 2016 • 2:00-3:00 p.m. CT
Instructor: Andy Price

Andy Price, CUNA senior director - advocacy & counsel, legislative affairs will discuss what’s happening on the regulatory front in Washington D.C. He will focus on recent and forthcoming regulatory changes from the NCUA, CFPB and other agencies. During this class, you’ll:

  • Learn the background and up-to-the-minute developments of pending regulations
  • Learn about recently effective regulatory changes not covered elsewhere in the eSchool
  • Identify regulatory areas of concern to credit unions
  • Gain a brief overview of how to get involved in the comment process for proposed regulatory changes

Class 2: Consumer Lending Regulations Update
August 9, 2016 • 2:00-3:30 p.m. CT
Instructor: CUNA Mutual Group

CUNA Mutual Group will provide and discuss recently effective consumer lending regulation changes. During this class, you’ll:

  • Learn about the recent changes to consumer lending regulations
  • Take the opportunity to get clarification to your questions

Class 3: Mortgage Lending Regulations Update
August 16, 2016 • 2:00-3:30 p.m. CT
Instructor: Michael Christians

Michael Christians, PolicyWorks compliance attorney will outline and discuss recently effective mortgage lending regulation changes and what credit unions need to know. During this class, you’ll:

  • Learn about recent changes to mortgage lending regulations
  • Take the opportunity to get clarification to your questions

Class 4: Compliance Case Study
August 23, 2016 • 2:00-3:00 p.m. CT
Instructor: TBA

You’ll have the opportunity to apply your knowledge during this class. The instructor will provide a compliance case study on a hot topic along with a list of questions students should come to class ready to discuss. During this class, you’ll:

  • Have an opportunity to apply compliance knowledge via a case study
  • Identify areas of concern for credit unions on the case study topic
  • Learn best practices and gain insights from the instructor on the case study topic

Class 5: CUCE Recertification Study Session
Recording available August 22, 2016
Instructor: Michael Christians

For those attendees looking to recertify their CUCE designation, this is an opportunity for you to review the regulatory information you will be tested on. This class is required for those taking the recertification exam and optional for those who are not. In this class, you’ll:

  • Review regulatory information in the areas of lending, fair lending, deposit accounts and operations
  • Understand the information you need to know to be successful on the recertification exam
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Aug. 02 - Aug. 23, 2016

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Elective Classes (optional)

In addition to the core required classes, students have the option to select and view three recorded classes from the live 2016 CUNA Regulatory Compliance School in Florida; see the list below. The recordings are available from August 22-December 31, 2016. Instructions for choosing and gaining access to your selected classes will be emailed to you on August 22.

Information/Cyber Security: What It Is & What You Need with Susan Orr

  • Review applicable regulations like GLBA Section 501(b)
  • Gain a foundational understanding of enterprise-wide focus
  • Learn how to identify risk and threats
  • Hear discussion on risk mitigation
  • Learn the elements of control testing
  • Gain and understanding of reporting to management
  • Gain ideas for staff and member training

Developing & Organizing an Effective Remoted Deposit Capture Program with Susan Orr

  • Learn about the documentation and processes to support thorough due diligence
  • Learn about preparing an RDC member risk assessment
  • List the key elements of the RDC member agreement
  • Gain and understanding of an ongoing oversight of the relationship
  • Hear about security and control considerations
  • Learn best practices for Member training

Credit Unions’ Responsibility & Liability to Report Elder Financial Abuse with Colleen Kelly

  • Learn the warning signs and risk factors for financial exploitation
  • Develop protocols for responding to financial abuse
  • Understand the credit union’s reporting responsibilities and liabilities, as well as its legal protections

FCRA: Are You Satisfying Your Furnisher Duties? with Valerie Moss

  • Gain a thorough understanding of the FCRA furnisher requirements
  • Find out how to manage the consumer dispute process
  • Learn what steps to take when a consumer suffers identity theft
  • Discover how to improve your FCRA policies and procedures

The Latest & Greatest Headaches & Heartaches in Bankruptcy with Frank Drake

  • Review examples of the new forms, and learn when, where and how to use them, including the booby-traps built into them
  • Hear redaction examples and horror stories that will send you NPI-hunting with renewed fervor
  • Learn where unintentional liens on deposits or escrow accounts lurk, how to “scrub” your mortgage portfolio for them and how to remediate if you find them
  • Learn when and how to invoke cross-collateralization to induce members to reaffirm multiple loans instead of just the car loan alone

Do You Know Your ESIGN Do’s & Don’t’s? with Valerie Moss

  • Gain a thorough understanding of the federal ESIGN requirements
  • Lean about the required consumer disclosures
  • Find out how to obtain a consumer’s consent to conduct business electronically
  • Learn how to respond to a consumer’s revocation of consent

Regulation Z – There’s More to the Regulation than Mortgage Requirements with Kristen Tatlock

Review and renew your understanding of:

  • Open-end vs. closed-end lending
  • Billing error resolution
  • Credit card issues
  • Disclosures
  • Student loans
  • Advertising requirements

Money Laundering Crimes & Credit Unions’ BSA Compliance with Colleen Kelly

  • Understand the requirements for identification and verification of new accounts
  • Develop protocols to mitigate the risks of MSB accounts and prepaid access
  • Learn about the latest supervisory guidance issued by the federal regulators, addressing such issues as beneficial owners, high-risk accounts, SARS and CTRs

A Volunteer’s Guide to Compliance: Creating an Effective Board Education Program with David Reed

  • Review the Board’s compliance function
  • List the required Board training topics
  • Gain an understanding of how to build the Board training calendar
  • Learn the fundamentals of a Volunteer Education Policy
  • Learn how to deliver the Annual Board Compliance Report
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Aug. 02 - Aug. 23, 2016

2:00-3:30 PM CDT

Michael Christians

Michael ChristiansMichael is a compliance attorney for PolicyWorks, where he assists credit unions across the country with ensuring their compliance programs conform to federal rules. Additionally, he helps credit unions strategically plan for upcoming compliance changes, provides counsel relative to current laws and regulations, and offers training and education services to credit union professionals. Michael brings more than 17 years of experience in the financial services has also earned CUNA's Credit Union Compliance Expert Designation (CUCE).

Frank Drake

Frank DrakeFrank is a partner at the Raleigh-based firm of Smith Debnam Narron Drake Saintsing & Myers LLP where he concentrates his law practice in the areas of creditors' rights, creditors' bankruptcy and commercial litigation. Combining 30 years of practical legal experience with a robust, energetic communication style, Frank lectures from his sizeable repertoire of topics, typically of interest to those in the financial industry. Whether leading a basic training on bankruptcy or teaching a seminar on hot compliance issues, Frank has a flair for presenting technical material, sending his audience away with useful tips and practical resources.

Colleen Kelly

Colleen KellyColleen is the senior federal compliance counsel in CUNA's compliance department. She analyzes regulations to determine their impact on the operations of credit unions and provides compliance information and guidance to credit unions through CUNA's online Compliance Community, CompBlog, NewsNow, eGuide to Federal Laws and Regulations, cucomply, Credit Union Magazine, and other resources. She works closely with CUNA's professional development staff to provide educational products and programs to support credit unions' compliance efforts, and provides support to CUNA's lobbyists on consumer legislation. Colleen has worked at CUNA for over 20 years, not only in compliance but in legislative and regulatory advocacy as well.

Valerie Moss

Valerie MossValerie is senior director of compliance analysis for CUNA regulatory affairs in the Washington, DC office. She works closely with CUNA’s publications and web services departments to deliver useful and accurate compliance information in a user-friendly format to CUNA’s members. She is responsible for writing articles on various compliance issues of interest to credit unions, maintaining CUNA’s e-Guide to Federal Laws and Regulations and responding to credit unions’ compliance inquiries. Valerie writes for and edits the compliance section of Credit Union Magazine and contributes to CUNA’s daily compliance blog CompBlog and monthly e-newsletter the Monthly Compliance Wrap-Up. She also assists CUNA’s political affairs department and the Credit Union Legislative Action Council (CULAC) in complying with Federal Election Commission regulations.

Susan Orr

Susan OrrSusan is president of Susan Orr Consulting, Ltd., an IT regulatory compliance consulting and IT audit firm for the financial services industry. Susan is a former FDIC bank examiner, with over 18 years of examination, auditing and risk management experience. In addition to her bank examiner credentials, Susan is a certified information systems auditor, certified information security manager, certified in risk and information systems control, and a certified risk professional. Susan is also a frequent speaker at financial institution conferences and has presented hundreds of seminars and webinars besides performing IT audit and data security reviews across the U.S.

Andrew Price

Andrew PriceAndrew is the senior director of advocacy & counsel at CUNA where he focuses on regulatory matters, particularly those dealing with the NCUA and CFPB. Prior to joining CUNA, he was general counsel at First Commerce Credit Union where he served as the compliance officer, fraud officer, BSA officer and liaison to the Audit Committee. He has extensive advocacy experience having served as general counsel/lobbyist for the Florida Credit Union League and as the government and cabinet affairs director for the State of Florida, Office of Financial Regulation. He also served as a cabinet aide to Comptroller General Milligan where he was instrumental in drafting and passing several major pieces of legislation including a rewrite of Florida’s credit union code, the deferred presentment act (payday loans) and the bill establishing and organizing Florida’s Office of Financial Regulation and Office of Insurance Regulation following a Cabinet reorganization.

David Reed

David ReedDavid is an attorney, author, consultant and nationally recognized speaker. David is a partner in the law firm of Reed and Jolly, PLLC and founder of CU Doctor, a full service credit union consulting practice. Through Reed and Jolly, David provides guidance to credit unions concerning a variety of matters including the establishment and revision of credit union policies and procedures, organizational compliance, collections, security, contractual agreements, regulatory matters and corporate governance.

Kristen Tatlock

Kristen TatlockKristen is vice president of COMPASS 4 CUs, LLC, a credit union service organization owned by Belvoir FCU, where Kristen serves as senior compliance officer. COMPASS specializes in providing compliance and regulatory assistance to credit unions of all sizes. Kristen began her career with COMPASS in February 2011. Prior to joining the COMPASS team, she was the compliance and regulatory affairs director for the Virginia Credit Union League for more than 20 years. Kristen was responsible for providing compliance assistance to credit unions through publications, training and direct contacts.

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Aug. 02 - Aug. 23, 2016

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Aug. 02 - Aug. 23, 2016

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