We will explore the myriad of ways the tone in Washington DC has changed and its impact on credit union regulatory compliance. However, just knowing the tone has changed does not adequately prepare you for the changes. In this session, we will dive into the implications of the regulatory agencies abruptly turning more towards consumer protection. We will discuss the potential changes to specific rules and regulations impacting credit unions. We will also cover areas examiners will be focusing on, the compliance implications from the pandemic, and hot button regulatory compliance requirements. Expect a fast-pace session touching on dozens of important regulatory issues.
Identify potential changes to specific rules and regulations that credit union must comply with
Recognize the compliance areas that are the primary focus of examiners and third party plaintiff attorneys
Determine why regulators are pivoting towards more enforcement and regulatory changes