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Complying with ever increasing regulations has become a top concern for credit unions. The League has developed a comprehensive suite of dues supported services to help credit unions navigate through the ever changing regulatory landscape.
InfoSight is your first stop when searching for compliance answers. It operates as an online compliance manual at your fingertips, containing federal and state-specific content that is accurate, concise and detailed on a wide range of topics and issues. There are easy-to-read compliance summaries, checklists for compliance, direct links to laws and regulations, frequently asked questions, and links to additional important resources including CUNA's online compliance resource "E-Guide". As part of InfoSight, the League sends out a weekly eNewsletter highlighting regulatory changes, hot topics in compliance, and comment calls.
As a benefit for being an affiliated member of Cornerstone Credit Union League, you have access to CU Policy Pro. The online CU Policy Pro system features more than 200+ model policies, developed and written by regulatory experts specifically for credit unions that you can customize. You can upload and maintain all your existing policies in a fully-indexed, easily-accessible, online manual.
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The Information Central Hotline provides member credit unions with compliance resources to meet regulatory and legal obligations. Our staff works diligently to ensure that member credit unions have access to changes that affect their business. All credit union staff are encouraged to utilize this dues-based service. To reach Information Central, call 512-853-8515 or 800-442-5762 ext. 8515.
Our online Support Cards are available free of charge to affiliated credit unions and are designed to provide a quick reference for common problems and situations in the credit union.
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When the U.S. Congress or the State Legislature passes a law affecting credit unions, the regulatory agencies must usually write the implementing regulations. They may view the law from an academic “ivory tower” or with a philosophy that does not always take into consideration the day-to-day operational problems credit unions will have. This is where your comment letters can make a difference; your comments may help make the regulations clearer and more workable.