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Compliance Courier ON-DEMAND Series

Sep 24 8:00 AM - Feb 28, 2022 6:00 PM
Sep 24, 2021 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Here is your opportunity to stay informed and engaged with compliance issues for credit unions. This six-session on-demand series provides ongoing news, compliance tips on the hottest of issues. 

Each session is a stand-alone offering or choose the entire bundle for a savings.

Regulatory Update | Basic Concept Arbitration Agreement

  • The League’s Paul Guttormsson explores recent and upcoming compliance changes that impact Wisconsin credit unions. Topics include: new Qualified Mortgage rules, GAP refund requirements and Wisconsin’s new supported decision-making agreements.
  • John Engel of The League presents basic concepts of Arbitration Agreements. He tackles when arbitration agreements are used, what disputes they cover and their overall strategy. John discusses these and other issues on this trending topic.

WCUL Forms | Hot Issues in Account Documentation

  • John Engel, The League's Director of Legal Affairs, discusses hot issues in account documentation. John reviews the following issues as implemented by 2021 updates to WCUL forms: Overdraft protection, Arbitration, Account signature cards, and Account agreement brochures. This program doesn’t just apply to users of The League’s forms. The issues explored apply to any vendor’s form system.

Saver’s Sweepstakes | Notice of Levy

  • Paul Guttormsson explores recent changes to The League’s prized-linked savings program, including: The elimination of withdrawal limits and fees, a simplified & shortened account agreement, and the end of 12-month rollover notice requirements.
  • Kim Hoppe, Compliance Resource Analyst at The League, discusses the different types of levies and how to respond to them. She shares what a levy is and who issues them, a credit union’s responsibility when a levy is received, and how to recognize what funds are subject to the levy.

Elder Fraud

  • The President of MACHA, Mary Gilmeister, presents a session on Elder Fraud and how to protect our seniors from financial exploitation. Mary discusses identity theft, elder financial abuse statistics, why elders are victims and some red flags to watch for. She also shares typical financial exploitation scenarios and what can be done to help.

Regulatory Update | Estate Accounts

  • The League’s Paul Guttormsson explores recent and upcoming compliance changes that impact Wisconsin credit unions. Topics include: revised CFPB mortgage servicing rules & their impact on foreclosures, updated Wisconsin Office of Credit Unions regulations, and amended NCUA regs on capitalization of interest.
  • The League’s Kim Hoppe covers estate accounts which are special accounts to temporarily hold a deceased person’s assets. She discusses steps and documentation required to open an estate account, as well as how to handle certain decedent account transactions.

Fraud Trends

  • Ken Otsuka, Senior Consultant, Business Protection Risk Management at CUNA Mutual Group, shares the latest on recent fraud trends. He dives into: Zelle/P2P fraud scams, Account takeovers via P2P, ACH booster payments, Business email compromise/wire fraud, Business member check kiting schemes in 2020, and Fraudulent checks drawn on credit unions.



John Engel, Director of Legal Affairs | The League

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

Kim Hoppe, Compliance Resource Analyst | The League



Six-part Series 

$489 |  regular
$389 | credit unions <$30M

Individual Sessions

$89 each | regular
$64 each  | credit unions <$30M

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