CUNA Regulatory Compliance Certification eSchool: Update

CUNA Regulatory Compliance Certification eSchool: Update
Date:
08/04/2020 To 09/15/2020
Product Code:
ES4RCC20
Speaker:
Patricia O'Connell
  • $1,295.00
    $1,095.00 CUNA Member Price
  • Early bird discount valid through July 04, 2020
  • Non Member Price $2,590.00
  • Learn how to become a member here: cuna.org/join

 
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You will want to sign up for this eSchool if any of the following are important to you:

  • Staying up to speed on the regulatory environment.
  • Having the chance to hear from industry experts on the compliance challenges facing credit unions.
  • Chatting with peers who are working in the trenches with you.
  • Working through some real-life scenarios.
  • Credit Union Compliance Expert (CUCE)

NEW this year regarding recertification: Recertification is accomplished by attending one of the below options: (There is no recertification exam)

  • CUNA Regulatory Compliance Certification School: Update onsite in April
  • CUNA Regulatory Compliance Certification School: Update onsite in September
  • CUNA Regulatory Compliance Certification Update eSchool in August
  • CUCE recertification is needed every three years.

If multiple people from your credit union will recertify for the CUCE designation by attending this eSchool, please do the following to ensure each designee receives credit for recertification:

  1. CUNA Training Bundle Subscribers - please register each individual to ensure the eSchool is added to their transcript.
  2. If you do not have the CUNA Training Bundle, please contact training@cuna.coop for assistance with registering additional participants.

Who should attend?

This eSchool is beneficial for CUCEs, compliance staff, operations staff, lenders, CEO’s, and compliance attorneys.

Topics

The Regulatory Front & What You Need to Know
August 4, 2020 // 2:00-3:00 p.m. CT
Speaker: Patricia O'Connell

Join this webinar and hear what’s happening on the regulatory front in Washington D.C. The webinar will focus on recent and forthcoming regulatory changes from the NCUA, CFPB and other agencies. This virtual class is designed to provide students with the most recent developments on regulatory matters.

In this session, you will:

  • Learn the background and up-to-the-minute developments of pending regulations
  • Learn about recently effective regulatory changes
  • Identify regulatory areas of concern to credit unions
  • Get an overview of how to get involved in the comment process for proposed regulatory changes

Consumer Lending Regulations Update
August 11, 2020 //
2:00-3:00 p.m. CT
Speaker: Abby Churchill

Join this virtual class to hear all about consumer lending regulations. What is happening that you need to be aware of? What updates do you need to know about? Has anything changed? Do you have a burning question that need clarification?

In this session, you will:

  • Learn what has changed.
  • Chat with your peers regarding consumer lending
  • Ask questions
  • Demonstrate confidence that you are up-to-date on consumer lending

Mortgage Lending Regulations Update
August 18, 2020 //
2:00-3:00 p.m. CT
Speaker: Kevin Tavenner

Join this virtual class to hear and discuss recently effective mortgage lending regulation changes and what your credit union needs to know.

In this session, you will:

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

Compliance Case Study: Fair Lending
August 25, 2020 //
2:00-3:00 p.m. CT
Speaker: Veronica Madsen

Students will have the opportunity to apply knowledge during this virtual 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.

In this session, you will:

  • Apply your knowledge during 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.

Compliance Case Study: UDAAP
September 1, 2020 // 2:00-3:00 p.m. CT
Speaker: Tonya Sweat

Students will have the opportunity to apply knowledge during this virtual class. The instructor will provide a UDAAP case study along with a list of questions, in advance of the session. Students are expected to read the case study and come to class ready to discuss.

In this session you will:

  • Apply your knowledge during 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.

Deposit Account and General Operations Update: Reg CC and BOR
September 8, 2020 // 2:00-3:00 p.m. CT
Speaker: Nicola Foggie

July 1, 2020, changes to Regulation CC (Check Cashing) become effective. Join us to ensure that your credit union has all its bases covered for compliance. This webinar will delve into the nuances of the agency’s new methodology based on the finalized amendments to certain dollar amounts under Regulation CC. During this session we’ll also give you tips to help you check in with staff, to ensure they are complying with the amendments. Then we’ll dive into an overview of BSA’s Beneficial Ownership Rules and credit unions requirement to conduct new member due diligence on legal entity customers, the importance of properly completing the certification form, and training tips to get your staff up to speed.

In this session, you will:

• Review the amendments to Reg CC
• Address the impact of Reg CC amendments to credit unions and members
• Learn tips to ensure staff is in compliance with Reg CC changes
• Gain a general BOR overview
• Discuss details of BOR Certification Form Completion
• Learn tips for training staff on BOR

2020 Litigation Trends Affecting Financial Institutions
September 15, 2020 // 2:00-3:00 p.m. CT
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.

In this session, you will:

  • Learn about the most common class action and other suits against financial institutions
  • List proactive steps to mitigate risk and exposure
  • Discuss what’s next; a forecast of what may be on the horizon for this rapidly evolving industry

A Two-Year Look-Back at Regulatory Relief: Are You Feeling Relieved Yet? (recorded)
Pre-recorded session: Available October 1, 2020 via logging in to cuna.org in My Programs
Speaker: Colleen Kelly

There were over 50 notable regulatory changes over the past two 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.

In this session, you will:

  • Discuss the several changes of the 2018 Reg Relief bill
  • Identify key requirements from rule changes over the past two years
  • Consider the state of the current credit union compliance burden
  • Review CUNA’s Threshold Compliance Chart

Also Available

All live event registrations include credit union access to the recorded event. You may also purchase the recorded event separately. Click here to see more about purchasing the recorded event.

This eSchool is available to CUNA Training Bundle users at no additional cost.

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