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New Compliance Officer? Check Out Our Latest Whitepaper

September 19, 2019


new compliance officer

Fresh off the press is our newest whitepaper, focusing on tips for new compliance officers and those looking for a refresher. You may have seen our other publications in our University, which is chock-full of helpful resources for a wide variety of credit union roles and responsibilities. For this paper, we wanted to help out the newbies, because we've been seeing an influx of credit union folks promoted and hired as compliance officers. 

Whether you applied for the position or were "voluntold," it's a great accomplishment. It’s also a big responsibility. You’re excited, and maybe a little bit terrified. Every seasoned compliance officer was new once, and we wanted to take the opportunity to create an easy-to-read resource that would help all those new to the compliance world (and those who would like a refresher, too).

As an outsourced compliance partner to credit unions, we interact with dozens, if not hundreds of compliance officers. We’ve been compliance officers ourselves, and we know the tips and tricks to make your transition into the compliance realm as smooth as possible. 

This whitepaper includes topics on:

  • Building a network
  • Documentation
  • Audits & Exams
  • and more

This efficient paper is a must read for anyone new to managing compliance at his/her credit union, or those looking for a quick training resource for themselves or fellow colleagues.

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Interested in our other compliance resources? Check out what else we've published in 2019:

refresher

 

6 Long-Standing Compliance Issues You May Want to Revisit

 

 

 

 

10 things compliance

 

10 Things You Can Do Today to Get Your Credit Union Compliant

 

 

 

 

compliance complaint

 

Turning Complaint Into Compliant

 

 

 

 

 


 

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