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Spring 2017 Compliance Town Meetings

Helping credit unions maintain compliance is critical to our mission. That's why we're excited to bring you this intensive, one-day workshop on today's hottest compliance topics. Click on "Dates and Locations" to find a meeting in your area.

ALLL DEFINED

Staff from RKL LLP will review the theory behind the ALLL and provide guidance on maintaining and documenting policies and procedures, and making sure they are appropriately tailored to the size and complexity of the credit union and its loan portfolio.

COLLECTION ISSUES: FORECLOSURE, BANKRUPTCY, AND REPOSSESSIONS

Regulatory supervision and guidance regarding debt collection issues for troubled consumer and commercial loans is constantly evolving. In fact, on October 31, 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued its latest supervisory report covering issues observed by the CFPB in the areas of automobile loan servicing and debt collection, among others. In this session, staff from the law firm of Pillar + Aught will highlight some of the newest compliance concerns in the areas of debt collection, including bankruptcy, foreclosure, and repossession, in order to keep you up to date on the most recent regulatory guidance and potential pitfalls for your institutions.

CECL: WHAT TO DO NOW TO BE READY

Expert staff from RKL LLP will discuss the basics behind the new accounting for expected credit losses on financial assets and will provide tips on what credit unions should do now to prepare for CECL implementation.

COMPLIANCE HOT TOPICS

We'll conclude our meeting with a discussion led by PCUA's experienced Compliance and Audit Team on the details of mandatory regulatory compliance requirements impacting your credit union.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Compliance Town Meetings are open to professionals with compliance responsibility from any credit union that is a member of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association.

The cost to attend is $25 per person and includes a networking lunch.

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