FAQs About the Compliance Website
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How do I find information on the site?
What is on the Compliance Homepage?
What will I find on the Hot Topics page?
What will I find on the Federal Statutes and
What will I find on the Topics A to Z pages?
What is the Regulatory Calendar?
What is HR Consulting?
What will I find on the Quick Links page?
How do I use the search function?
How do I search on an individual page?
How do I copy information out of a WORD document that
is accessed through the site?
How do I remove the sample graphic from a WORD
How do I save a PDF file to my
How do I print a document from a printer other
than the default printer?
What acronyms are used on the Compliance pages?
How do I find
information on the site?
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.
One can also use the Search Function, which is located on the
top of each page in the right hand corner.
What is on the Compliance
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.
What will I find on
the Hot Topics page?
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
How do I
sign up for the Compliance Courier?
To sign up for the Compliance Courier, send an
email to Judy Phillips, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Include "Compliance Courier" in the subject line,
Provide your name and title, as well as the
credit union's name in the email message.
What will I find on
the Federal Statutes and Regulations pages?
The Federal Statutes and Regulations pages contain
links to most commonly referenced federal statutes and regulations
that apply to credit unions.
What will I find on
the Wisconsin Statutes and Regulations
The Wisconsin Statutes and Regulations pages
contain links to most commonly referenced Wisconsin statutes and
regulations that apply to credit unions.
What will if find on
the Topics A-Z page?
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
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:
| ii Releases
||Links to any ii Release issued by The League that pertains to
||Significant questions about the topic with answers.
||Links to statutes that apply to credit unions.
||Links to regulations that apply to credit unions.
|Letters to CUs
||Letters from government agencies that apply to credit unions.
||Sample policies, agreements, disclosures, advertisements,
||Other links that offer valuable information on the topic.
NOTE: If a topic does not have a link associated
with a section, that section will not appear on the page.
What is the
The Regulatory Calendar is a quick reference to important
compliance deadlines that need to be met during a year.
What is HR
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.
How do I use the
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
What will I find
on Quick Links?
The Quick Links page contains links to other major sites
that contain compliance information that applies to credit unions.
How do I search
for information on an individual page?
Use the "Find (on this page)" option under "Edit" on the Internet
Explorer menu bar at the very top of the screen. The key combination
"CTL+F" will also bring up the "Find" pop-up window.
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
How do I copy
information out of a WORD document that is accessed through the
To copy information out of a Word document, select the information
and then right click on the mouse. Select "Copy" from the pop-up window
that appears. Then go to your document and paste the data.
How do I remove
the sample graphic from a WORD document?
You can remove the "Sample" graphic from a WORD document by:
- Going to View->Header and Footer (on the WORD menu bar) and
- Click on the graphic to select it,
- Hit the delete key.
- Go to Background>Printed watermark (at bottom of pop-up
window), click on “No watermark” option, and then click
I save a PDF file to my computer?
If you do not have a save option on a menu bar or a save
shortcut icon to click on, the key combination
CTL+SHIFT+S will allow you to save the PDF file to a
location of your choice.
How do I print a
document from a printer other than the default
Using the key combination "CTRL + P," will bring up the print pop up
window, which will allow you to change the printer.