The Tuesday afternoon breakout sessions for the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference look at what is on the horizon for credit unions.
Check in with the CUNA GAC 2016 mobile app for speaker names, handouts, locations and additional details.
Tuesday’s sessions include:
CUNA Bylaws Overview and Q&A. An opportunity to learn about CUNA’s efforts to modernize its bylaws, key elements of the proposed bylaws and the voting process.
CUNA’s Cost of Regulatory Burden Study Results. Hear the findings of the major study of the financial impact of regulation on credit unions conducted for CUNA by Cornerstone Advisors.
Grassroots in the Digital Age. How can a few social media interactions gain policymakers’ attention? This session details the importance of grassroots advocacy through activity on social platforms.
Payments–What You Need to Know for 2016 and Beyond. Panelists will detail the latest developments on payments issues and how they will affect the credit union system.
Regulation vs. Guidance/Best Practices: Implications for Credit Union Examinations and Compliance Efforts. What does NCUA’s recently adopted approach to more “principles-based” and less prescriptive-based rulemaking mean for credit unions? This session offers information to help credit unions navigate the ever-changing landscape of understanding and complying with regulations, “best practices” and “guidance” in credit union examinations.
What Does the Future Hold for Small-Dollar Lending and Overdraft Protection? This moderated panel will discuss how small-dollar lending products and overdraft protection services are used today and how new regulations could change these products. In particular, the panelists will discuss how potential regulatory changes could affect compliance, member access to services and litigation risk for credit unions.