FAQs About the Compliance Website
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The drop down menu under Compliance provides links to the major components of the compliance portion of The League's website. The same menu is also displayed on the left side of each page.
The Compliance homepage provides a summary of the newest links to the main components of the Compliance's site - hot topics, security alerts, ii releases. There are also links to upcoming events such as webinars and seminars that pertain to compliance issues. In addition, there are links to major issues that are currently of special concern to credit unions.
The Hot Topics page contains the articles that are published by the Compliance Courier except the Security Alerts, which are published on a separate Security Alerts page. As soon as the Compliance Courier is issued, the information is published on the The League's website. It will appear on the Hot Topics page with a graphic after it. The new Hot Topic will also appear on the homepage of The League's site under Around the Site for a time after it is issued.
To sign up for the Compliance Courier, send an email to Judy Phillips, email@example.com.
The Federal Statutes and Regulations pages contain links to most commonly referenced federal statutes and regulations that apply to credit unions.
The Wisconsin Statutes and Regulations pages contain links to most commonly referenced Wisconsin statutes and regulations that apply to credit unions.
The Topics A-Z page contains links to over 180 topics that have compliance related issues. To make it easier to navigate on a Topic's page or between Topic pages, each page has two navigational lines on the top of the page.
The ABC line goes to a list of topics that begin with the corresponding letter.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The second line allows the user to jump to different sections on the same page.
ii Releases Q & As
Statutes Regulations Letters to CUs Samples
Each Topic page is divided into sections:
NOTE: If a topic does not have a link associated with a section, that section will not appear on the page.
The Regulatory Calendar is a quick reference to important compliance deadlines that need to be met during a year.
League Services Corp.'s HR consultants have comprehensive, hands-on experience with Wisconsin credit unions. They can help to enhance the value and limit the risks that come with working with your "other asset": your human resources. Whichever of our HR Performance Management Services you call on, our consultants to provide you will get current, practical, and timely direction and information, designed specifically for Wisconsin credit unions.
The Search Function is located in the upper right-hand corner of each page. Type in a word or phrase that pertains to what you want to find and click on "GO." The search function searches the entire site for documents that pertain to the search word or phrase and lists links to the qualifying documents (with excerpts from the document) on a separate page.
The Quick Links page contains links to other major sites that contain compliance information that applies to credit unions.
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Use the binocular icon that will bring up a search side panel. All phrases containing occurrences of the search item will appear in the side panel. The key combination "CTL+F" will take you to a search box that allows you to search one occurrence at a time through the document.
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