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Member credit unions can rely on the Northwest Credit Union Association for timely and accurate compliance information. The Association employs full-time staff devoted to helping your credit union shoulder its weighty compliance burden. Your Association membership also gives you access to the many valuable compliance resources and solutions summarized on this page.
Need Immediate Assistance? Call Our Compliance Hotline: 1.800.546.4465 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
InfoSight is an online library of compliance information and documents including treatises, compliance resources, and bulletins.
The Compliance Calendar contains up-to-date information about comment letter deadlines, effective dates of regulations, deadlines for reporting, and other important compliance dates.
Regulatory Implementation Project Toolkit (RIPT) is a set of project management tools that credit unions can use to streamline the process of implementing required regulatory compliance changes.
Purchase a one year subscription for RIPT for access to the project management tools and resources.
CAL is the Northwest Credit Union Association's online Compliance Answer Library, a tool that empowers members to:
This resource is available to all credit unions through their Association membership. It provides useful summaries on compliance topics, as well as a list of newly-implemented laws and regulations.
(Compliance Brainstorming on the Web) is a nation-wide listserv available to all credit unions through their Association membership. Have a question you’d like input on from other compliance professionals? Need to find a bankruptcy attorney in
Perhaps most importantly, the Association has full-time staff available to answer your compliance questions; call 1.800.546.4465.
This networking program for member credit union compliance staff and compliance training and education opportunities is administrated by the Associations’s Training Department.
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