> Quick Bite: How to Improve Website Regulatory Compliance

Thursday, August 29, 2013
11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
12:00 PM

Websites are subject to the same federal consumer protection laws and regulations as other marketing channels. However, we see credit unions often overlook the compliance requirements applicable to websites. During this session, we will discuss the root causes of compliance not being fully considered in the website process as well as how to better integrate compliance into the process.

Risks associated with non-compliant websites have never been greater. There are an unprecedented number of regulatory compliance changes impacting credit unions and websites have not been spared. Examiners will be spending more time reviewing credit union websites for compliance as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ramps up its compliance initiatives. To help prepare you, we will describe the most common compliance violations we find on credit union websites. We will provide actual examples of compliance violations and explain how to correct them.

Regulations and regulatory requirements covered include the following:

  • Regulation Z
  • Truth in Savings
  • NCUA Insurance Advertising
  • Regulation B
  • Equal Housing Lending Logo

Speaker: John Zasada is Principal in the Financial Institutions Group of LarsonAllen LLP. John is responsible for leading the regulatory compliance practice nationwide. John has 16 years’ experience assisting credit unions in complying with consumer protection regulations. The compliance services he provides includes assisting credit unions in establishing regulatory compliance programs, co-sourcing regulatory compliance, conducting compliance testing, training staff on credit union regulations, performing website compliance assessments, writing and editing the compliance newsletter, providing compliance webinars and BSA/AML/OFAC independent testing. 

Location: Via Telephone

Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

Educational Investment: $109.00 per telephone connection. Unlimited Listeners and Free Audio Archive

****You must be registered for this session to hear the audio-recorded version and receive handouts.****

AUDIO ARCHIVE! Can't tune in today? This session will be available on-line for 30 days after activation.

To register and pay by check, email mzelinsky@njcul.org and your credit union will be invoiced. To register and pay online, click here.