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  • Contains 5 Component(s) Recorded On: 03/15/2022

    In this session, Compliance Director, Andre Lucas provides the information you need to ensure your training requirements have been met before your examiner walks in the door.

    Event Information
    March 15, 2022 | 9 am - 10:30 am EST

    Satisfy your annual BSA update training requirements for credit union volunteers. NCUA and state examiners are committed to enforcing the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), so complying with the regulation should be a top priority for every credit union. Get the information you need to ensure your training requirements have been met before your examiner walks in the door. Attendees will take a close look at the requirements of MSA and the Customer Identification Program (CIP); receive an overview of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the PATRIOT Act; review policy requirements and examples of noncompliance; identity the penalties that regulators could potentially impose on your credit union; review CTR and SAR filing requirements and much more.

    Participants will:
    • Learn how the five pillars of BSA need to be implemented with appropriate policies and procedures to effectively manage compliance
    • Learn the importance of identifying, understanding and mitigating money laundering risks
    • Learn about the latest updates to CDD rules and beneficial owners
    • Learn about monitoring to complete Currency Transaction Reports and Suspicious Activity Reports
    • Learn how the roles of FinCEN, FAC and the USA Patriot Act impact your credit union
    • Learn the importance of customer due diligence
    • Review and discuss money laundering techniques
    • Learn penalties and enforcement actions for non-compliance

    Earn Continuing Professional Education Credits!

    MD|DC Credit Union Association is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.

    Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
    In order to be awarded the full credit hour, you must be present for at least 50 minutes and participate by answering prompted questions related to the content presented by the instructor.

    Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

    Additional Information

    Prerequisites: None

    Who should attend: Credit union board of directors and supervisory committee members/volunteers.

    Advanced Preparation: None

    Program Level: Basic Delivery

    Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

    Cancellation Policy

    To cancel a registration, the attendee must send request in writing by email to the Training and Education department at chunter@mddccua.org. If the cancellation email is received 7 or more days before the scheduled session, a refund or credit will be made.

    No refunds or credits will be made if the cancellation email is received within 6 days of the training session. For more information regarding MD|DC CUA training policies, including cancellation or complaints, please contact Chrystal Hunter, Training & Events Manager at
    443-325-0772.

    Andre Lucas (Moderator)

    Director of Compliance

    MD|DC Credit Union Association

    André Lucas is Director of Compliance at the Maryland & District of Columbia Credit Union Association. André began his career in the financial industry as a Loan Officer/Collector with American Finance Company in 1977. Spending a large portion of his workweek collecting in the field, André quickly became recognized for his strong ability to collect face-to-face and recover collateral.

    André began his credit union career as a Collection Officer with Pentagon Federal Credit Union in January 1984. In July 1986, he accepted the position of Collections Manager with CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union (formerly AMC FCU) in Alexandria, Virginia. During his twenty years there, André was one of the first elected officers for the Capital Area Collection Managers Roundtable Group, serving as the first Chairman from 1995 through 1998, Vice Chairman in 2000, and again as the Chairman in 2001 and 2002. His involvement with the roundtable also led him to Chair the committee that provides assistance and collections training to small credit unions.

    André’s current responsibilities include active involvement in consulting with affiliated credit unions on operational issues, policies and procedure development, and federal and state compliance issues. André also provides training in the areas of Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Collections and conducts on-site BSA testing/reviews for affiliated credit unions.

    Originally from Washington, DC, Andre holds CUNA's Certified Credit Union Compliance Expert (CUCE) and BSA Compliance Specialist (BSACS) designations.

    Cancellation Policy 

    Live events
    To cancel registration for a live event, the registrant must send an email to Chrystal Hunter, Training and Events, at chunter@mddccua.org. If the cancellation email is received 7 or more days before the live event, a refund or credit will be made minus a 30% cancellation fee. No refunds or credits will be made if the cancellation email is received within 6 days of the live event.  

    Self-study Courses and Recordings
    To cancel registration for a self-study program or recording, a refund or credit will be made if course component has never been viewed or accessed by registrant. No refunds or credits will be made if the course component has been viewed or accessed. 

    Training Discount

    Financial assistance is available for credit unions with less than $150 million in assets through training grants provided by the CU Foundation of MD|DC. 

    Approved awardees will receive their training grant as a REIMBURSEMENT upon successful completion of the program. Certification verification demonstrating completion of the program is required to receive the grant. Eligible credit unions may receive up to $2,000 annually.  Funds are limited. 

    To apply, please visit: www.cufound.org/training

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Re-play the HR Roundtable hosted virtually on 12/6/21. In this session, Attorney, John Bredehoft, Member, Kaufman & Canoles, P.C., provided pertinent updates concerning vaccine mandates, compliance and legal challenges employers must be aware of.

    In this session you will hear from workplace attorney John Bredehoft with Kaufman & Canoles, who will share how credit unions should prepare for implementation of OSHA vaccine rules for businesses with 100 or more employees, as well as meet requirements for federal contractors. While legal challenges are underway, employers must prepare to comply. Bredehoft will discuss:


    • Requirements and deadlines
    • Developing a vaccine policy (determining employee vaccine status, identify testing sites, covering testing cost, etc)
    • Reporting & Record-Keeping Procedures
    • What to expect from a new administration in Virginia

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    Leadership requires the ability to understand oneself as well as the needs of others and recognize how our behaviors and preferences impact those we lead. This program is designed to build self-awareness, self-reflection, and confidence as employees prepare for management and leadership roles.

    We are excited to offer an additional Group Coaching Program to dive deeper into your learning from the Future Leader Program. This program will provide another level of support as you implement what you learned through the leadership program, so you get amazing results in your leadership. Through this group coaching, you will overcome challenges and gain fresh ideas for implementing the new strategies you've learned.

    The Group will meet on video calls for 75 minutes during the months of March - August, for a total of six meetings. The group will be led by Envision Excellence's Executive Coach and Leadership Consultant, Desiree Musselman. This additional program can be added onto your Exceptional Leaders Program for just $575.
    All sessions are from 9:30 am - 11:00 am EST.

    • March 10
    • April 14
    • May 12
    • June 9 
    • July 14
    • August 11

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    About the Speaker

    Desiree Musselman is a leadership coach and professional trainer with Envision Excellence who works with new and mid-level leadership.

    Desiree has designed full leadership development programs for existing and upcoming leaders focusing on soft skills, including emotional intelligence, communication skills, team dynamics, and work/life integration.

    Desiree holds two professional coaching certifications from the Integrated Wellness Academy and Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC). She is also certified in the Energy Leadership Index (ELI) Assessment and ELI 360.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    ​Supervisory Committee members juggle busy schedules along with their credit union responsibilities, making it challenging to find time to meet for group trainings. Given the scope of their responsibilities, it's important that committee members have access to the most comprehensive training available.

    The MD|DC Credit Union Association has partnered with Ancin Cooley of Synergy Credit Union Consulting to offer robust and engaging online training that not only instructs, but also gives committee members access to the video content and resources for a full year. Upon completion, participants will be certified for three years. Check out the video below to find out more:

    The online training includes five (5) instructional modules:

    1. Your Role as a Supervisory Committee Member

    2. Understanding Your Audit Universe

    3. The month-to-month work expected of the Supervisory Committee

    4. The Supervisory Chair Role and it’s Responsibilities

    5. Deep Dive: Understanding your Audit Reports

    Each module contains multiple short and easy-to-comprehend video units; printable key definitions and takeaways; a quiz; and a bonus video containing instructor insight – which is a quick, informal, conversational summary and some parting wisdom from Ancin Cooley.

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    Mr. Ancin Cooley, CIA, CISA, is the Founder and Principal of Synergy Bank Consulting, Inc. Synergy provides a suite of risk management services to financial institutions, which include loan reviews, information technology audits, internal audits, directors' exams, and regulatory compliance reviews. As principal, Ancin manages a growing portfolio of clients with assets ranging from $100 million to over $800 million dollars.

    Ancin brings more than 10 years of experience to the industry. He gained deep, first-hand knowledge while serving as an examiner at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). During his tenure at the OCC, he performed safety and soundness examinations at community and mid-size banks that ranged from $100 million to $8 billion dollars in total assets. After leaving the OCC, Ancin worked for a regional accounting firm where he led internal audits, as well as loan and pre-regulatory examiner reviews.

    When not advising clients, training for triathlons, or spending time with his young son, Ancin designs and conducts trainings for the banking industry. In addition, he is a well sought-after expert contributor to a host of financial publications. He has most recently been featured in Forbes Magazine and The Independent Banker.

    Ancin holds a Master’s of Accounting and Financial Management degree from Keller Graduate School and received a Bachelor of Science in Business from Morehouse College.

    Cancellation Policy 

    Live events
    To cancel registration for a live event, the registrant must send an email to Chrystal Hunter, Training and Events, at chunter@mddccua.org. If the cancellation email is received 7 or more days before the live event, a refund or credit will be made minus a 30% cancellation fee. No refunds or credits will be made if the cancellation email is received within 6 days of the live event. 

    Self-study Courses and Recordings
    To cancel registration for a self-study program or recording, a refund or credit will be made if course component has never been viewed or accessed by registrant. No refunds or credits will be made if the course component has been viewed or accessed. 

    Training Discount

    Financial assistance is available for credit unions with less than $150 million in assets through training grants provided by the CU Foundation of MD|DC. 

    Approved awardees will receive their training grant as a REIMBURSEMENT upon successful completion of the program. Certification verification demonstrating completion of the program is required to receive the grant. Eligible credit unions may receive up to $2,000 annually.  Funds are limited. 

    To apply, please visit: www.cufound.org/training

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    ​Supervisory Committee members juggle busy schedules along with their credit union responsibilities, making it challenging to find time to meet for group trainings. Given the scope of their responsibilities, it's important that committee members have access to the most comprehensive training available.

    The MD|DC Credit Union Association has partnered with Ancin Cooley of Synergy Credit Union Consulting to offer robust and engaging online training that not only instructs, but also gives committee members access to the video content and resources for a full year. Upon completion, participants will be certified for three years. Check out the video below to find out more:

    The online training includes five (5) instructional modules:

    1. Your Role as a Supervisory Committee Member

    2. Understanding Your Audit Universe

    3. The month-to-month work expected of the Supervisory Committee

    4. The Supervisory Chair Role and it’s Responsibilities

    5. Deep Dive: Understanding your Audit Reports

    Each module contains multiple short and easy-to-comprehend video units; printable key definitions and takeaways; a quiz; and a bonus video containing instructor insight – which is a quick, informal, conversational summary and some parting wisdom from Ancin Cooley.

    image

    Mr. Ancin Cooley, CIA, CISA, is the Founder and Principal of Synergy Bank Consulting, Inc. Synergy provides a suite of risk management services to financial institutions, which include loan reviews, information technology audits, internal audits, directors' exams, and regulatory compliance reviews. As principal, Ancin manages a growing portfolio of clients with assets ranging from $100 million to over $800 million dollars.

    Ancin brings more than 10 years of experience to the industry. He gained deep, first-hand knowledge while serving as an examiner at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). During his tenure at the OCC, he performed safety and soundness examinations at community and mid-size banks that ranged from $100 million to $8 billion dollars in total assets. After leaving the OCC, Ancin worked for a regional accounting firm where he led internal audits, as well as loan and pre-regulatory examiner reviews.

    When not advising clients, training for triathlons, or spending time with his young son, Ancin designs and conducts trainings for the banking industry. In addition, he is a well sought-after expert contributor to a host of financial publications. He has most recently been featured in Forbes Magazine and The Independent Banker.

    Ancin holds a Master’s of Accounting and Financial Management degree from Keller Graduate School and received a Bachelor of Science in Business from Morehouse College.

    Cancellation Policy 

    Live events
    To cancel registration for a live event, the registrant must send an email to Chrystal Hunter, Training and Events, at chunter@mddccua.org. If the cancellation email is received 7 or more days before the live event, a refund or credit will be made minus a 30% cancellation fee. No refunds or credits will be made if the cancellation email is received within 6 days of the live event.  

    Self-study Courses and Recordings
    To cancel registration for a self-study program or recording, a refund or credit will be made if course component has never been viewed or accessed by registrant. No refunds or credits will be made if the course component has been viewed or accessed. 

    Training Discount

    Financial assistance is available for credit unions with less than $150 million in assets through training grants provided by the CU Foundation of MD|DC. 

    Approved awardees will receive their training grant as a REIMBURSEMENT upon successful completion of the program. Certification verification demonstrating completion of the program is required to receive the grant. Eligible credit unions may receive up to $2,000 annually.  Funds are limited. 

    To apply, please visit: www.cufound.org/training

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    ​Supervisory Committee members juggle busy schedules along with their credit union responsibilities, making it challenging to find time to meet for group trainings. Given the scope of their responsibilities, it's important that committee members have access to the most comprehensive training available.

    The MD|DC Credit Union Association has partnered with Ancin Cooley of Synergy Credit Union Consulting to offer robust and engaging online training that not only instructs, but also gives committee members access to the video content and resources for a full year. Upon completion, participants will be certified for three years. Check out the video below to find out more:

    The online training includes five (5) instructional modules:

    1. Your Role as a Supervisory Committee Member

    2. Understanding Your Audit Universe

    3. The month-to-month work expected of the Supervisory Committee

    4. The Supervisory Chair Role and it’s Responsibilities

    5. Deep Dive: Understanding your Audit Reports

    Each module contains multiple short and easy-to-comprehend video units; printable key definitions and takeaways; a quiz; and a bonus video containing instructor insight – which is a quick, informal, conversational summary and some parting wisdom from Ancin Cooley.


    image

    Mr. Ancin Cooley, CIA, CISA, is the Founder and Principal of Synergy Bank Consulting, Inc. Synergy provides a suite of risk management services to financial institutions, which include loan reviews, information technology audits, internal audits, directors' exams, and regulatory compliance reviews. As principal, Ancin manages a growing portfolio of clients with assets ranging from $100 million to over $800 million dollars.

    Ancin brings more than 10 years of experience to the industry. He gained deep, first-hand knowledge while serving as an examiner at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). During his tenure at the OCC, he performed safety and soundness examinations at community and mid-size banks that ranged from $100 million to $8 billion dollars in total assets. After leaving the OCC, Ancin worked for a regional accounting firm where he led internal audits, as well as loan and pre-regulatory examiner reviews.

    When not advising clients, training for triathlons, or spending time with his young son, Ancin designs and conducts trainings for the banking industry. In addition, he is a well sought-after expert contributor to a host of financial publications. He has most recently been featured in Forbes Magazine and The Independent Banker.

    Ancin holds a Master’s of Accounting and Financial Management degree from Keller Graduate School and received a Bachelor of Science in Business from Morehouse College.

    Cancellation Policy 

    Live events
    To cancel registration for a live event, the registrant must send an email to Chrystal Hunter, Training and Events, at chunter@mddccua.org. If the cancellation email is received 7 or more days before the live event, a refund or credit will be made minus a 30% cancellation fee. No refunds or credits will be made if the cancellation email is received within 6 days of the live event.  

    Self-study Courses and Recordings
    To cancel registration for a self-study program or recording, a refund or credit will be made if course component has never been viewed or accessed by registrant. No refunds or credits will be made if the course component has been viewed or accessed. 

    Training Discount

    Financial assistance is available for credit unions with less than $150 million in assets through training grants provided by the CU Foundation of MD|DC.

     Approved awardees will receive their training grant as a REIMBURSEMENT upon successful completion of the program. Certification verification demonstrating completion of the program is required to receive the grant. Eligible credit unions may receive up to $2,000 annually.  Funds are limited. 

    To apply, please visit: www.cufound.org/training

  • Contains 3 Component(s)

    Participants in this interactive and engaging workshop will complete the EQ-i 2.0 assessment--the first scientifically validated emotional intelligence tool in the world. Each leader will receive a confidential personalized report that includes results of their emotional intelligence on 16 elements, a customized and detailed summary of each element with tailored suggestions for improvement, and an action plan and development guide.

    Event Information
    December 8, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    Emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive, control, and evaluate emotions. The most successful leaders have the ability to monitor their own feelings as well as the emotions of others and use this information to guide their thinking and actions. Emotional intelligence has been proven to be a key indicator in human performance and development potential.

    Participants in this interactive and engaging workshop will complete the EQ-i 2.0 assessment--the first scientifically validated emotional intelligence tool in the world. Each leader will receive a confidential personalized report that includes results of their emotional intelligence on 16 elements, a customized and detailed summary of each element with tailored suggestions for improvement, and an action plan and development guide. We will spend the session debriefing the assessment to give leaders a clear understanding of their current emotional intelligence as well as how they can leverage their strengths and identify areas for development to improve their emotional intelligence over time.

    Organizations that have used the EQ-1 2.0 with their leadership team have reported increased performance, higher profits, improved customer satisfaction, decreased attrition rates, and a decrease in training costs.

    Join us in this interactive session that will provide you with personal feedback and strategies for high-impact leadership.

    Who Should Attend?
    Suitable for executives, directors, managers, supervisors, and any level regular employee.

    Cancellation Policy 

    Live events
    To cancel registration for a live event, the registrant must send an email to Chrystal Hunter, Training and Events, at chunter@mddccua.org. If the cancellation email is received 7 or more days before the live event, a refund or credit will be made minus a 30% cancellation fee. No refunds or credits will be made if the cancellation email is received within 6 days of the live event.  

    Self-study Courses and Recordings
    To cancel registration for a self-study program or recording, a refund or credit will be made if course component has never been viewed or accessed by registrant. No refunds or credits will be made if the course component has been viewed or accessed. 

    Training Discount

    Financial assistance is available for credit unions with less than $150 million in assets through training grants provided by the CU Foundation of MD|DC. 

    Approved awardees will receive their training grant as a REIMBURSEMENT upon successful completion of the program. Certification verification demonstrating completion of the program is required to receive the grant. Eligible credit unions may receive up to $2,000 annually.  Funds are limited. 

    To apply, please visit: www.cufound.org/training

  • Contains 3 Component(s)

    Re-play the Small CU Roundtable hosted virtually on 2/10/21. In this session, speaker Amanda Thomas, Founder/President of TWO Score, shares competitive marketing tactics and strategies.

    Event Information
    Recorded: February 10, 2021

    71% of the credit union industry is considered "small" (under $100 million in assets). So how do you compete in a market where everything is changing and to stay up with the latest technologies and trends takes a massive budget?

    Hear from Amanda Thomas, Founder/President of Two Score, as she shares marketing tactics and other strategies you can employ to not only compete but thrive in the future.

    Amanda Thomas

    Founder/CEO

    Two Score LLC

    A credit union veteran, Amanda has many years of marketing experience in credit unions ranging in size from $37 million to $200 million in assets. Her unique approach to marketing and passion for organizational culture and employee engagement has made TwoScore a vital partner of many credit unions across the United States.Amanda is the recipient of many state and national awards, including the Ohio Credit Union League Cutting Edge Marketing Brilliance Award, Trailblazer 40 Below, Crash the GAC, Crash Big.Bright.Minds and she was a finalist in the 2011 CUES Next Top Credit Union Exec competition.When she's not busy helping credit unions succeed, you can find her reading history books, watching her beloved Kentucky Wildcats basketball team, trying out a gourmet recipe, or planning her next travel adventure. As you may have guessed, she’s a bit of a Francophile! Don't be surprised if you also see her speaking outside of credit unions, sharing her love of marketing, culture, and leadership with others.

    Cancellation Policy 

    Live events
    To cancel registration for a live event, the registrant must send an email to Chrystal Hunter, Training and Events, at chunter@mddccua.org. If the cancellation email is received 7 or more days before the live event, a refund or credit will be made minus a 30% cancellation fee. No refunds or credits will be made if the cancellation email is received within 6 days of the live event. 

    Self-study Courses and Recordings
    To cancel registration for a self-study program or recording, a refund or credit will be made if course component has never been viewed or accessed by registrant. No refunds or credits will be made if the course component has been viewed or accessed. 

    Training Discount

    Financial assistance is available for credit unions with less than $150 million in assets through training grants provided by the CU Foundation of MD|DC. 

    Approved awardees will receive their training grant as a REIMBURSEMENT upon successful completion of the program. Certification verification demonstrating completion of the program is required to receive the grant. Eligible credit unions may receive up to $2,000 annually.  Funds are limited. 

    To apply, please visit: www.cufound.org/training