League InfoSight Expands State Content Across all 50 States

Upgrades to the site include customizable dashboard feature and info that’s searchable by state.

12/17/2019

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League InfoSight, a League/Association-owned entity, announced several major enhancements to InfoSight, its online platform for credit unions. Key upgrades include the addition of customizable dashboards, a redesigned interface, and significant updates to state-specific compliance information.  

As part of their online developments, League InfoSight is announcing expanded compliance information, covering over 25 topics, specific to each of the 50 states. League InfoSight worked with the Leduc Frank Law Firm, in addition to direct collaboration with state credit union Leagues and Associations, to provided InfoSight with the most current and reliable state-specific information for the ever-evolving compliance landscape.

“All three of our states – Idaho, Oregon, and Washington – will benefit from this expanded, state-specific information,” said David Curtis, Northwest Credit Union Association Director of Compliance Services. “We encourage credit unions to take advantage of these resources online. Log into your NWCUA account to see the latest updates.”

To access the site, click here and log in. The newly upgraded platform also promises a refreshed look and feel with easy-to-navigate content. The revamped design includes customizable dashboards, allowing credit union employees immediate access to the topics that matter most to their organization.

Credit union users can now explore regulatory compliance information by topic, thanks to the updated organization of the site. Local laws, additional resources, and frequently asked questions all offer users information specific to their region. And with an unlimited user capability, all employees are encouraged to discover everything the upgraded platform has to offer.

“League InfoSight is humbled and extremely thankful for all of our League and Association partners that enable and support us in our collaborative mission. Collectively, we are able to leverage the brain power of the League/Association staff to provide a comprehensive state and federal compliance resource for credit unions to access for free, as a benefit of membership,” said Glory LeDu, CEO of League InfoSight.