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Compliance Courier LIVE Series 2021: Session 4

Jun 23 1:00 PM - Jun 23, 2021 2:15 PM
Jun 23, 2021 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
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Here is your opportunity to stay informed and engaged with compliance issues for credit unions. In this 6-session series, held February - September, League compliance experts and special guests cover the latest updates and lead Q&A to discuss your questions. This virtual roundtable provides ongoing news, compliance tips and keeps you at the fore-front of changes. 

Register now for this special series. Your registration includes the LIVE sessions, any materials or documentation, and a post-session summary email. If you are unable to attend a session you will receive an on-demand recording available on your schedule.

Sessions include:


Elder Fraud 

Rough estimates show elder fraud in the United States to consist of nearly 8 million cases resulting in nearly $150 billion in losses every year. Your credit union is in the best position to stop the identity theft and financial exploitation of your senior account holders.  Any senior, regardless of economic status, gender, race, age, or educational background can be the target of financial abuse, so you need to be aware of the red flags. Do you have a plan in place to react effectively when this situation occurs?  In this session we will walk through scenarios that will provide resources to utilize as these situations arise. 

Learning Objectives

The session will also help you identify: 

  • Who are the victims?  
  • Who are the perpetrators? 
  • Warning signs 
  • What you can and need to do 


Mary Gilmeister

Mary M Gilmeister | President of Macha 

Currently Mary is the President of Macha, and an Accredited ACH Professional and a National Check Professional (NCP).  Mary has been President of WACHA/Macha for 26 years. WACHA merged with MACHA in May of 2020. Mary is also President of Payment Advisory Resource (PAR) a subsidiary of MACHA.   

Mary has served on the NACHA (National ACH Association), Marketing Committee, the NACHA Board of Directors and chaired a Nationwide Direct Deposit Campaign in 1998 and participated on the Federal Debit Collection Improvement Act of 1996. In addition, Mary has chaired many national rule making committees for NACHA and has served on many panels. Mary has participated in developing a program with the State Bar Association of WI and participated on a program for the state to change legislation on Financial Elder Abuse. Mary speaks nationally at the NACHA conference, and other conferences nationwide. She also trains the state and FDIC examiners.   

Currently, Mary also participates in the following NACHA Committees: 

  • Steering Committee for NACHA’s Innovative Alliance  
  • Government Relations Advisory Group 
  • Risk Management Advisory Group  

Mary also has participated in the Faster Payments Coalition and is a member of the Faster Payments Council and is on an Advisory Board.   

Mary has 25 years of experience in the Financial Industry. She has worked as a branch manager, cash management officer and manager of operations deposit and loans and training coordinator. Mary holds a Certificate from Carroll College in Not-for-Profit Management and a Bachelor of Science in Public Administration from Carroll College.  

John EngelJohn Engel, Director of Legal Affairs | The League

John has been assisting Wisconsin credit unions with compliance, policies, and procedures for more than 20 years. When credit unions call The League for compliance guidance, it’s often John who answers.




Paul Guttormsson

Paul Guttormsson, Senior Vice President & General Counsel | The League

Paul drafts regulatory comment letters on behalf of credit unions, helping to shape regulations affecting credit union operations, income, and member service. He supervises W.C.U.L. Services Corp.’s Compliance Specialist Program, deploying shared employees among Wisconsin credit unions to provide support for compliance efforts.



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Kim Hoppe, Compliance Resource Analyst | The League

Kim is a familiar voice to Wisconsin credit unions as part of our Legal Affairs team, offering guidance by phone on compliance issues and practical insights as part of League compliance trainings. Kim also helps credit unions expedite compliance workload as a member of the Compliance Specialist Program.






Full Six-part Series (save $45 by bundling)

$339 | credit unions <$30M

$489 |  regular

Individual Sessions

$64 each  | credit unions <$30M

$89 each | regular

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  Suited for Frontline, ACH Operations, Branch Personnel, Compliance Officers and AAP candidates

  • 1.2 AAP Continuing Education Credits

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Topics Covered

  • Live Webinars
  • Compliance

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