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Joel was an enthusiastic golfer always “chompin’at the bit” as he often said – to play golf. But for those who knew him so well his ‘chompin’ was on his cigar with his friends. Don’t get this wrong, he also chomped on the golf ball. Golf for Joel was not about birdies or pars but the camaraderie with his friends. “Just tell me what I owe” was an oft said beginning to each round.
It’s in this spirit of Joel’s zest for fun and social that we bring this afternoon of ‘fun’ golf and social. An opportunity to remember our friend, honor our friend, share some stories, and hopefully send a decent donation to Hospice of CT.
If you can’t play golf and feel that you could volunteer in some way, just contact one of the individuals in the Contact page and let them know.
So don’t delay. SAVE THE DATE, September 9, 2013 and we’ll see you there. “good lord willin’ and if the cric’ don’t rise”
Federal Government ACH payments are subject to the same rules as private industry ACH payments, but with exceptions. The Federal Government’s rules are found in the Code of Federal Regulations (31 CFR 210), known as the Green Book. This session focuses on the key issues in processing federal government payments. Mistakes in handling government ACH payments can prove to be very costly.
Remote Deposit Capture continues to expand and evolve in lockstep with new technology, competitive pressures, and customer demand and capture can take place at the branch, at a business location, and by a consumer using a scanner or even a mobile device – upping the ante for risk management. Financial institutions must develop a RDC risk management program commensurate with their risk, following guidelines set by the FFIEC. This session takes a step-by-step approach, walking participants through the requirements and ensuring an understanding of what’s required.
Nick will provide attendees with a BSA overview on the following topics:
- BSA purpose and applicability;
- Minimal NCUA/FinCEN requirements for BSA compliance;
- Member Identification Programs;
- Member Due Diligence;
- Situations covered by SARs;
- Tips on completing CTRs and SARs;
- SAR and CTR safe harbors;
- SAR confidentiality;
- Penalties for failing to comply with SAR and CTR requirements; and
- Compliance with OFAC.
A Certificate of Achievement will be distributed to attendees of League-affiliated CUs.
A light dinner will be provided.
Facilitator is Fred Brown, Director of Marketing and Member Development, Northeast Family FCU
The NCUA’s Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives webinar, “Driving the Bottom Line: Results through Marketing,” is now available online. There may be discussion of the webinar’s ideas during the network meeting.
Affordable Care Act: What You Need to Know
- Global Overview of Healthcare Changes
- Challenges for CUs of All Employee Sizes
- Issues for CUs to Consider When Reviewing Healthcare
- Information on CT Network Options
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Tunxis Plantation Country Club
87 Town Farm Road, Farmington
Watch for details about this exciting activity to benefit students participating in Financial Reality Fairs provided by Connecticut credit union volunteers!
This session will cover consumer lending compliance issues that have occurred during 2013 and that may affect credit cards, auto loans, signature loans, or other consumer lending products. In addition, the CFPB is keeping a close eye on fair lending and servicemember lending. Thus, we will also provide an update on fair lending issues and the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA).
The webinar will be followed by an ‘open discussion’ at the conclusion of the program.
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These webinars will be placed on the League’s member-protected area of the website.