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2016 – Something Old, Something New

Something old, something new. That’s what 2016 is shaping up to look like from the NCUA’s point of view and focus for the year. Something old is BSA. Something new is Cybersecurity. And, just to round...

Compliance Tapas

For the uninitiated, tapas are a variety of appetizers or snacks in Spanish cuisine. They are sometimes cold (like mixed olives and cheese), or hot (such as battered fried squid). The idea is to...

Without Buy-in, Compliance Efforts Slow

I’ve had the personal experience of building a compliance program from the ground up, and I know it can be a daunting, sometimes nerve-wracking task. Progress is continuous, but slow. Interruptions occur, and set-backs...

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

As was promised last week in Michael’s blog about SCRA, we have been keeping tabs on any new SCRA developments.  And, guess what?  We discovered a new twist to share with you regarding the...

Predictions From the Past

“Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons.” Popular Mechanics, 1949 How does it feel to live in the (past’s) future? Along with predictions about computers as cited above, one ongoing...

Staying On Top of SCRA Compliance

I’ve long advocated for the protections afforded by the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (“SCRA”). I think we can all agree that if there was ever a group that your credit union should bend over...