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Michigan Credit Union League Home » Information Services » Publications » Contact » 2008 » 4th Quarter » 2009 Education Calendar  

January      
8 Identity Theft Red Flag Refresher Webinar 09REDWEB
15 How to Improve Your Collections Department Webinar 09IMPROVEWEB
22 Fair and Accurate Credit Transations Act Webinar 09FACTAWEB
February      
3 Bank Secrecy Act Webinar 09BANKWEB
5 Dealing with Difficult People Webinar DIFFICULTWEB
11-12 2009 Lending Conference Soaring Eagle, Mt. Pleasant  
19 Mergers - Myth vs. Reality Webinar MERGERWEB
March      
4-5 2009 Marketing Conference Soaring Eagle, Mt. Pleasant  
10 ADA and FMLA Webinar 09ADAWEB
12 Vendor Management and Due Diligence Requirements Webinar 09VENWEB
26 2090 Regulatory Update I Webcast 09REGUP1WEB

*Webcast/Audio Event Pricing (Webcast includes unlimited online connections and CD.)

Webcast Option (by CU Asset Size): $150 for CUs 20 Million and Under; $250 for CUs $20 - $50 Million; $350 for CUs Over $50 Million

Audito Only:  $99 per phone connection

**Onsite (Price ranges based on early registration dates.)

Program dates subject to change as necessary.  For complete information on these and other events, click here. Questions may also be addressed to educate@mcul.org or (800) 262-6285. Ext. 225.

Identity Theft Red Flag Refresher:  Important for 2009

Federal credit unions faced a deadline of Nov. 1, 2009,  and state-chartered credit unions face a mandatory deadline of May 1, 2009, to comply with Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACT) regulations referred to as Red Flag Rules. The act contains provisions to help reduce identity theft, such as the ability for individuals to place alerts on their credit histories if identity theft is suspected, or if deploying overseas in the military, thereby making fraudulent applications for credit more difficult.

During a Jan. 8 Webinar, R. Todd Sherpy will review what is required for the Red Flag Rules and explore any gaps that credit unions may have overlooked with meeting full compliance – including liability protection. The session will address risk assessment, required policies and internal training requirements to provide protection from legal liabilities including guidance on policies, forms and ancillary documentation that a credit union should consider.

Sherpy will provide references to resources that credit unions may access to address various matters, and will review issues often overlooked in the rush to address basic compliance. Todd is a founding partner in the South Carolina law firm of Sherpy & Jones, P.A., and is general counsel to the South Carolina and Georgia Credit Union Leagues.

“It’s very important credit unions fully understand these new identity theft regulations,” said MCUL Executive Vice President Patrick La Pine. “The MCUL is making an extra effort to reach as many credit unions as we can to go over the steps for creating a comprehensive identity
theft prevention program.”

To register, visit the MCUL Web site, keyword: 09REDWEB. The educational investment is $169 per Internet connection, and is designed for CEOs, managers and compliance professionals. General information on these regulations can be found at InfoSight by visiting
http://mi.leagueinfosight.com.

 
   
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