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Taking Good Care of Our Older Members

The CFPB recently issued an Advisory regarding elder financial exploitation titled “Advisory for financial institutions on preventing and responding to elder financial exploitation”. This is an area credit unions often struggle with. Is what you are...

Loan Originator Training

Regulation Z requires that loan originators undergo periodic training commensurate with their day to day originator responsibilities. But what training is sufficient to satisfy this requirement? Join us at Regulatory Compliance School in St. Pete Beach, FL....

E-Sign can be Fine

Shortly after Al Gore invented the internet, the E-Sign Act was signed into law.  But, despite the requirements being in place for more than 15 years, many credit unions continue to struggle with methods...

The CFPB’s “Big Stick” is Official!

It has probably been one of the world’s worst-kept secrets that CFPB “big stick” consent orders were meant to be regulation by enforcement. That was a new concept before the new CFPB sheriff arrived...

Website Accessibility: Risks, But No Rules

In compliance, sometimes things are black and white (for example, the requirement to provide an adverse action notice within 30 days is found in 1002.9(a)(1)(i)). Other times they’re grey. And the grey areas can...

CFPB Issues Guidance on Construction Loans / TRID

Good Tuesday morning from our nation’s capital! I’m happy to be in attendance alongside the nearly 5,000 credit union professionals at this year’s CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC). GAC is a tremendous opportunity to...

FREE Webinar: Common Marketing Violations

Hopefully the word “Free” got your attention in the title of today’s blog. That’s marketing right? Well, did you know that the word free cannot be used to describe a deposit account if any maintenance...