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Check out our 2022 lineup of webinars >>

Nov
18

WCULAF Ugly Holiday Sweater Photo Contest!

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Pull out those ugly holiday sweaters you’ve been dying to wear and support credit union friendly candidates running for elected office with the Ugly Holiday Sweater Photo.
Dec
06

Finding Lost Borrowers: The New World of Skip Tracing

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Join presenter David Reed (attorney, Certified Fraud Examiner, and collections veteran) as he examines the latest tips, tricks, and landmines in skip tracing.
Dec
07

The Legal Side of Remote Deposit Capture: Risks & Liability

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This webinar will explain the legal side of RDC, including the potential liability to your institution. It also will analyze the legal agreements you should be using and the disclosures you should be making regarding remote deposit capture. RDC technology is easy compared to the legal aspects involved. Join this webinar to get a handle on the risks, liability, and best practices.
Dec
08

Visa Debit Card Chargebacks

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Join us to learn the ins and outs of Visa chargeback rules and timeframes to avoid losses for your institution and accountholders.
Dec
08

Credit Union Awareness Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union Campaign Update

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This webinar is open to all credit unions in Wisconsin interested in a deep dive on the Open Your Eyes campaign performance.
Dec
09

Midsize Credit Union CEO Virtual Roundtable Series

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Join us for this year-end session and hear from Office of Credit Unions, Director, Kim Santos on issues to consider as you wrap up the year and move into 2022. Followed by a brief discussion from Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago’s, Leslie J. Drish, Director of Diversity and Inclusion – sharing why it’s important to develop Employee Resource Groups and best practices to include as a part of your 2022 strategy.
Dec
09

Security Officer Reports to the Board: Timing, Contents & Requirements

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This webinar will review best practices relating to training, inspections, and foreseeable events that should be reported to the board. Learn how the annual written report should be prepared, presented, and reported. Security officers and board members will garner valuable resources that can provide statistics, facts, and information to reduce liability.
Dec
09

Statewide Chapter Meeting: Are YOU Fun to be With?

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Join us for this virtual statewide event featuring credit union favorite, Rick Olson.
Dec
14

Are You Prepared for CECL

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It’s imperative that you understand how CECL will impact your financial institution and perform back-testing long before the required adoption in 2023. Are you prepared?
Dec
14
Dec
15

Commercial Loan Annual Credit Review

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This webinar will cover each point and address how to satisfy regulatory expectations. In addition, while regulators allow financial institutions to establish processes for performing various levels of annual credit reviews, the criteria for each level needs to be clearly established by board-approved policy. Suggestions will be provided.
Dec
16

Small Credit Union CEO Virtual Roundtable Series

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Mark your calendars for this recurring opportunity to share your thoughts, issues and concerns with your credit union colleagues.
Jan
04

Quick Start Guide to ACH for the Frontline

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This session will provide frontline staff with a non-technical overview of the ACH Network and provide answers to the most common accountholder questions. This back-to-basics program will describe how the ACH Network works, explain stop payments and unauthorized transactions, and differentiate the types of ACH transactions and authorizations.
Jan
05

Head Teller Development: Improving Teller Performance

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This session will teach head tellers how to bring out the best in their team and themselves – increasing professionalism, productivity, and the bottom line!
Jan
06

A Year in the Life of a Compliance Officer

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This program will journey through a year in the life of a compliance officer, including required training, risk assessments, reviews, reports, and audits. Useful tools and a sample annual calendar for compliance officers will be provided.
Jan
10

Call Report Update & Top 10 Errors

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Examiners are consistently reporting Call Report errors as findings, regardless of materiality. This program will explore recent changes, the impact of loan modifications, and the top 10 errors to help you avoid common – yet costly – mistakes.
Jan
11

Attorney’s Conference for Non-Attorneys

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Don't have an in-house counsel and don't have the time/resources to keep up with the latest litigation trends? Join us for the Attorney’s Conference for Non-Attorneys (Sept. 28, Nov. 10 and Jan. 11). This three-part litigation webinar series will address some of the most pressing legal and compliance risks for credit unions along with overall risk mitigation strategies to help protect credit unions. You’ll learn from lawyers with expertise working with credit unions. Made possible thanks to our sponsor Husch Blackwell and the collaborative efforts of the Minnesota Credit Union Network, Heartland Credit Union Association, Illinois Credit Union League, Iowa Credit Union League, Montana Credit Union League, Dakota Credit Union Association, Nebraska Credit Union League, and Wisconsin Credit Union League.
Jan
11

New Employee Required Training

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Timely regulatory training is critical when onboarding a new employee. This webinar will provide an overview of several consumer compliance rules and regulations that are applicable to all staff, including the concept of money laundering and how the five BSA pillars work as a deterrent.
Jan
12

Interest Reporting for Nonresident Aliens: Foreign & US Taxpayer ID Numbers

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This important session will parse it into manageable, bite-sized portions. It will cover W-8BEN and W-8BENE completion and the subsequent 1042 reporting. It will delve into Chapters 3 and 4 reporting on the 1042-S. Join us to learn what the reporting boxes on the 1042-S entail and how to accurately complete each one.