CUNA school includes overview of lending compliance

March 2, 2015

MADISON, Wis. (3/3/15)--CUNA Lending Compliance School, June 14-18 in Las Vegas, will offer lending compliance updates and provide participants tools for keeping their lending portfolios in step with the latest regulations.

"Lending compliance can get tricky, especially as new regulations come into effect," said Melisa Kallestad, CUNA instructional design manager for compliance. "Attending CUNA Lending Compliance School allows lenders and compliance officers to rest assured, knowing they have the skills and knowledge to keep their credit unions out of compliance trouble and avoid fines and losses."

This year, the school kicks off with three optional pre-conference workshops: the eight-hour "SAFE Comprehensive Mortgage Loan Originator Course," "Member Business Lending Compliance Training from the Ground Up" and "Lending and Compliance: Where Change Isn't Always Easy."

During the school, attendees will attend informational sessions led by compliance industry experts. Session highlights include:

  • Anatomy of loan fraud;
  • Consumer loan growth and compliance pitfalls;
  • Assessing fair lending risks;
  • Auditing;
  • Auto lending compliance risks;
  • Mortgage lending hot topics; and
  • Investing in loan quality to manage risk.