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Full List of Compliance Events

  • Jun
    17

    The Credit Union Difference

    Learn what sets credit unions apart from other financials and what is meant by the Credit Union Difference.
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  • Jun
    18

    Reg E Fundamentals

    This course will provide an overview of Regulation E and how it relates to the specific payments (e.g., ACH, card, wire) rules.
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  • Jun
    19

    Electronic Returned Items: Combating Fraud

    This session will review the specific error resolution requirements of Reg E, address procedural best practices, and provide tips on documenting your investigation. It will also detail how to review your error resolution process, including how audit procedures can mitigate risk for accountholders and your institution.
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  • Jun
    25

    Open Your Eyes Campaign Resources

    For years, our movement has struggled to dispel myths around credit union membership and grow significant market share. Many consumers either think they are not eligible for membership or dismiss it believing it will be difficult to access their money. The time to change all of that is now. To make that change CUNA has initiated the "Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union" campaign for 2019.
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  • Jun
    26

    FiCEP: Financial Counseling Certification Program | Module 3

    The program for 2019 involves an online orientation, then online self-study via eight webinars. There's also two face-to-face trainings in Madison including a proctored exam. It is strongly preferred that you attend the webinars live so you may participate in discussion, however, they will also be available as a recording. The in-person sessions include a proctored exam which is required to receive the CCUFC designation.
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  • Jun
    26

    Card Data Security: PCI-DSS Risk, Readiness & Compliance

    This session will describe the latest updates to the compliance standard, present solutions to common adherence challenges, and provide strategies for how to begin the journey to PCI-DSS compliance.
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  • Jun
    27

    Living, Grantor & Family Trust Accounts: Common Problems in Account Opening & Lending

    This webinar will explain the proper documentation and information that must be obtained before opening accounts for trusts, including determining who is authorized to transact business. It will also clarify the necessary loan documents you must obtain and everything else that must be understood before lending to trusts, including determining whether the trust has the power to borrow money and/or pledge trust assets.
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  • Jul
    02

    Managing Accounts & Records for Nonresident Aliens: Opening, Identifying, Monitoring

    You will also gain insight into proper tax reporting of NRA accounts and be provided with sample language, tips, and tools to update policies and procedures. Don’t miss this jam-packed webinar!
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  • Jul
    09

    Surviving a TRID Compliance Exam

    This webinar will provide answers to common questions and likely areas of examiner or auditor scrutiny. Timing requirements, written lists of providers, and tolerance levels will be specifically analyzed. Documentation and record retention requirements will also be addressed.
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  • Jul
    10

    FiCEP: Financial Counseling Certification Program | Module 4

    The program for 2019 involves an online orientation, then online self-study via eight webinars. There's also two face-to-face trainings in Madison including a proctored exam. It is strongly preferred that you attend the webinars live so you may participate in discussion, however, they will also be available as a recording. The in-person sessions include a proctored exam which is required to receive the CCUFC designation.
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  • Jul
    10

    FinCEN Guidelines on Reporting Elder Financial Exploitation

    Financial institutions can play a key role in detecting, responding to, and preventing elder financial exploitation (EFE) because they are often well-positioned to detect when older accountholders have been targeted or victimized.
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  • Jul
    14

    Credit Union Day at the Ballpark

    Come celebrate the credit union movement and network with your peers, while benefiting Children's Miracle Network, The Wisconsin Credit Union Foundation and The National Credit Union Foundation.
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  • Jul
    18

    FiCEP: Financial Counseling Certification Program | In Person Training & Testing Part I

    The program for 2019 involves an online orientation, then online self-study via eight webinars. There's also two face-to-face trainings in Madison including a proctored exam. It is strongly preferred that you attend the webinars live so you may participate in discussion, however, they will also be available as a recording. The in-person sessions include a proctored exam which is required to receive the CCUFC designation.
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  • Jul
    18

    Legally Handling ATM & Debit Card Claims Under Regulation E

    This webinar will explain how to properly handle all types of unauthorized ATM/debit card claims and how to accurately calculate the amount, if any, that must be reimbursed to the accountholder.
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  • Jul
    24

    Outsourcing Tech Services: Regulations, Examiner Expectations & Actions for Vendor Management

    From selecting the best available vendor, to identifying and correcting performance issues, this presentation will examine the practical and regulatory requirements for managing third-party tech relationships and the operational details of creating an effective vendor problem-resolution program.
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  • Jul
    30

    Opening Accounts Online: Rules, Risks & Best Practices

    This fast-paced session will cover the required disclosures for opening deposit accounts, E-SIGN compliance, BSA due diligence for CIP, and best practices for opening deposit accounts online.
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  • Aug
    07

    FiCEP: Financial Counseling Certification Program | Module 5

    The program for 2019 involves an online orientation, then online self-study via eight webinars. There's also two face-to-face trainings in Madison including a proctored exam. It is strongly preferred that you attend the webinars live so you may participate in discussion, however, they will also be available as a recording. The in-person sessions include a proctored exam which is required to receive the CCUFC designation.
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  • Aug
    07

    League Leadership Institute

    This 5-month program gives emerging and mid-level managers the skills needed to better serve their credit union and members. In addition to earning a total of 4.2 Continuing Education Units through the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee School of Continuing Education, students will earn the designation of Certified Wisconsin Credit Union Leader (CWCUL) through the Wisconsin Credit Union League.
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  • Aug
    15

    CUNA Mutual Group: Discovery™ Conference 2019

    The day-long, virtual training is geared for senior credit union leaders and those looking for insights on the top issues affecting credit unions' future.
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  • Aug
    21

    Community Development Workshop

    Whether you're an executive, director, lender, manager, financial counselor, marketer or anyone with a role in your credit union's planning and outreach you should join us for this event to learn what initiatives others are participating in.
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The League offers many programs that include national speakers. Keep in mind that national speakers bring expertise in their field, but they do not typically address issues under state laws and regulations. Please contact the Legal Affairs Department if you have questions about state or federal issues.