New recommended action items for same-day ACH debit processing.
Five things compliance teams need to know about the rule before it takes effect.
NCUA has recently provided its examiners with guidance on the updated list of compliance risk indicators that are part of NCUA’s Risk-focused Examination Program.
Heritage Grove Federal Credit Union reported the detection of a skimming device on its ATM in Salem, Oregon.
Small credit unions should act now to ensure they don’t miss the Small Business Health Care Credit for the 2016 tax year.
Now is the time for credit unions and business partners to shore up compliance before the new HMDA rule takes effect next year.
The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) has released DCU Bulletin B-17-06 regarding obtaining audit reports from third-party providers.
Weis will bring the perspective of a financial institution banking marijuana, to the advisory group responsible for its guidance.
The Washington State Department of Licensing began rolling out a new driver’s license online system.
What does the outcome of a lawsuit against Zia Credit Union in New Mexico, mean for Northwest Credit Unions? Our legal eagles break it down. Plus, this week’s Compliance Question of the Week and Legal Briefs.
The Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) recently announced the release of a new voluntary BSA/AML Self-Assessment Tool.
Connection Credit Union in Silverdale, WA is reporting fraudulent ATM withdrawals at one of its ATMs.
Your Association attended the inaugural conference, which socialized the latest cybersecurity topics relevant to credit unions.
Also: question on if a court-appointed guardian has access to a person’s safe deposit box, and your Legal Briefs.