The NCUA's OSCUI helps small credit unions improve budgeting, marketing, policies, strategic planning, operations and compliance.
First three episodes discuss maintaining an employee fraud policy and conducting surprise cash counts.
The second part of the regulator's anti-money laundering webinar will include best practices.
Regulator provides details on lessons learned during the process.
Regarding the letter from Stuart Perlitsh (“Questioning Cost of Small Credit Union Initiatives,” CU Times, April 16, 2014) I respectfully submit that we are one of the small credit unions that has benefitted directly from the involvement of the Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives at the NCUA.
Credit unions can apply for this year's second round of community development grants next month.
The majority this year's community development grants have funded mobile apps for underserved areas.
The free May 21 event will focus on OFAC and FinCEN compliance.
Assisting small credit unions is part of the people helping people philosophy.
If it weren't for an OSCUI economic development specialist, this credit union may have failed.