THE WORKS Blog, Credit Union Compliance News & Views

      Jan 03, 2019

      Our Top 10 from 2018

      We blinked, and all of a sudden another year flew by. The PolicyWorks team is incredibly grateful for the opportunities we had in 2018 to provide great service, meet new people and help credit...
      Nov 08, 2018

      Allow Me to Introduce Myself

      Hello PolicyWorks Blog followers! My name is Miriam De Dios Woodward and I am honored to be the new CEO of PolicyWorks. I am excited to work with you and help credit unions as they navigate...
      Jun 25, 2018

      One Small Way You Can Help Victims of Human Rights Abuses

      This morning I watched the news while getting ready for work, checked my social media, and listened to the radio on the drive in - so I know I that am not alone in my concerns for the state of the...
      Jun 22, 2018

      Unveiling a Hidden Crime: Human Trafficking

      Although it is nearly four years old, the FinCEN Advisory, Guidance on Recognizing Activity that May be Associated with Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking – Financial Red Flags, is still one of...
      Jun 05, 2018

      Check Yo Self Before You Wreck Yo Self

      Nothing like a little Ice Cube on a hot summer day, which in Iowa can take a while to get here. Like clockwork around here once we start to see the weather warm up, so goes the housing market....
      Jun 01, 2018

      FinCEN’s Suspicious Activity Report Gets Enhanced

      As you all know, new and updated data fields were added to the online Currency Transaction Report (CTR) last year and recently there was a deadline to meet a new format requirement for CTR batch...
      May 23, 2018

      Reading Between the Lines: The CFPB’s Annual Complaint Report

      Last month, the CFPB released its annual consumer response report, which includes data on the complaints filed with the agency in 2017.  The report provides valuable insight for those willing to read...
      May 10, 2018

      First Rule of SARs: You Do Not Talk About SAR Filings

      The U.S. Treasury Department’s inspector general’s office said it has opened an investigation into whether confidential banking records, SARs and other BSA information, have been “improperly...
      May 04, 2018

      You are the Protector of Your Credit Union

      This week I think I will hold off on the 80s and 90s pop culture references and overall nostalgia and relate a common thread that most compliance folks may relate too. I am new to the parenting game...
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      May 02, 2018

      Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

      I figured this week I would take a different tone compared to my last blog. I mean come on, should a person really be that fired up over a simple name change. Let’s be honest, with how the CFPB has...
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