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Speaker: Tim Behunin
Regulatory compliance requirements are constantly evolving. During this session, Tim Behunin, Compliance Officer at America First Credit Union, will share best practices for developing, writing and implementing effective policies and procedures at. He will also identify the many required components of a Policy and Procedure Management Cycle to help you learn best practices that you can implement at your credit union.
Speaker: Crystal Dowd
Business lending offers each CU the opportunity to greatly increase revenue, but its regulations carry with them a unique set of challenges. In this breakout, we will discuss the administration of the business lending portfolio and the key areas where compliance is often missed. Whether your CU is new to business lending or has been successfully engaged for years, this breakout will provide some key takeaways to ensure the successful administration of your portfolio.
Speaker: Lauren Schieffer
SIGNIFICANCE is making every part of the world you touch better for having interacted with you. It's about creating a lasting impact and a positive legacy. You don't have to change the world - only the world around you. In this engaging keynote, master storyteller Lauren Schieffer will highlight keys to creating that lasting impact for yourself. Finding Significance is a humorous, eye-opening presentation that will lift you to a richer, more transcendent vantage from which you can discover a deeper, more rewarding definition of success. This presentation will refocus your attention on what's important and help you to develop an “ownership mindset” built on a culture of trust and continuous positivity.
There were over 50 notable regulatory changes over the past 2 years, many of which were intended to relieve your credit union's compliance burden. In this session we are going to look at several of the “problems” that were identified as needing legislative and regulatory fixes, and determine whether the “remedies”, in the form of final regulations, have lifted these burdens as expected.
Speaker: Jared Ihrig
Hear from Jared Ihrig, CUNA's chief compliance officer, as he shares his insights on the top compliance issues being worked on in Washington, D.C.
Speaker: Jeremy Smith
Change is the only constant in life. For those in the risk and compliance space, your life is made easier when you are able to monitor and adapt to that change as it is happening. Credit unions are constantly evolving as they find new ways to meet their member's needs, but as they change the fair lending requirements pretty much stay the same. That is why it is important to establish a framework, so you are prepared to react to these changes.
Speaker: Susan Landauer
Artificial Intelligence - sounds like a futuristic movie? Something James Bond might use? What about your credit union? Artificial Intelligence is here to stay, and the uses are just starting to be discovered. We will define exactly what AI is, and the many applications that compliance experts may be able to apply it. And don't worry - you will still have a job!
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In this general session, we will discuss communication and its role in establishing relationships and building influence within the credit union. We will discuss energizing ways to enhance your ability to effectively communicate with departments beyond the compliance realm. We will share best practices and discuss difficult, winning and the most crucial conversations.
Speaker: Tonya Sweat
Ever wonder, “What is TRID?” The Truth-in-Lending Act (TILA) and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) Integrated Mortgage Disclosures (“TRID”) regulation consolidated four (4) disclosures required for closed-end mortgage loans. This session will review the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rule, and provide practical skills for analysis and review of your credit union's disclosures. The goal of this session is to empower you with the tools and knowledge to ensure compliance with Truth in Lending Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act disclosures.
Speaker: Tracy Blaske
Speaker: Andy Vanderhoff
Change to CU regulations, processes, products, policies and procedures increases compliance risk. Even great compliance programs can fall into the trap of always saying “no” to change. The risk assessment is your key to being viewed as an agent of change instead of a growth inhibitor. In this session you will learn how to embed risk assessments into your compliance program, the difference between qualitative and quantitative assessments, and how to translate risk assessments into understandable and actionable conclusions. Finally, we will walk through a few examples using technology.
Speaker: Sue Landauer
Represented checks. ACH frauds. Wire Frauds. What else does your credit union face? We will explore the ways that the bad guys are trying to get your money, and controls to help stop the crooks from succeeding!
Speaker: Valerie Moss
Many credit unions offer overdraft protection programs as a convenience and accommodation for members who choose to opt-in and appreciate the peace-of-mind provided by these services. Nevertheless, plaintiff attorneys continue to aggressively pursue class action lawsuits against credit unions, alleging ambiguous account terms and the improper charging non-sufficient fund (NSF) and overdraft fees. What can credit unions do to navigate this minefield and still provide a valuable service to their members?
Why does UDAP have an extra “A”; is that a spelling error? In this session, you will learn the elements of unfair, deceptive, and abusive acts or practices. You will receive an update on recent consent agreements and civil enforcements, and learn the warning signs to look for in your credit union's policies, procedures and practices.
Speaker: Michele Barlow
There are several key changes to the NACHA Operating Rules going into effect in 2020 and beyond. Make sure that your financial institution is ready to be compliant with the new rules by learning what's entailed to avoid account holder dissatisfaction, unnecessary rules violations, and financial losses due to non-compliance. Topics covered include changes to Same Day ACH, a new use for an old return reason code, new data security requirements and account validation requirement changes. Don't miss out on this valuable information.
Speaker: Harry Strausser
In this session, you will have the opportunity to bring any of your burning issues to bounce off your colleagues. What keeps you awake at night? Do you ever wonder what other compliance professionals are concerned about or focusing on? Do you have a significant new idea you would like to share? A recent success? Perhaps a wonderful idea that went terribly wrong? This fast moving, interactive program will allow you to walk away with a wealth of knowledge. Facilitated by a 20-year veteran of CUNA's Collection and Bankruptcy School programming and a financial industry Credit and Collection Compliance Officer. You don't want to miss this dynamic session!
Panel: Michele Barlow, Tyler Parker, David Reed and Tonya Sweat
Moderator: Susan Landauer
This is your opportunity to hear from, and ask questions of the panel, regarding hot-topics.
Speaker: Bruce Pearson
This presentation by Bruce Pearson will analyze key trends in litigation affecting Financial Institutions, which not only Compliance Officers but all Financial Industry Senior Executives can benefit from. With class action and other high stakes lawsuits against Financial Institutions on the rise, you must be aware of any risks that could impact your organization. Is your organization maximizing its efforts to protect itself from expensive lawsuits? Attend this session to learn the latest litigation trends and proactive steps you can take to help protect your Financial Institution.
So now that you have all this information and probably a lot of notes and contacts, what's next? This is the last session of the school and your opportunity to get organized before you head out. Sue Landauer will assist you in reviewing the key session take a ways you should think about when you get back to the office.
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