Pennsylvania Credit Union Association

Compliance Town Meetings


Keeping up with new compliance requirements isn't easy.

That's why your Association wants to keep you informed through a regional Compliance Town Meeting. 

Town Meetings are an excellent way to stay in touch with new and proposed regulations and are typically held each spring and fall.

2015 Compliance Town Meetings

 

The Association will conduct six full-day, regional meetings in 2015, to review the latest compliance challenges faced by credit unions. In a change from past meetings, the format has been expanded to a full day, including a networking lunch. The meeting will feature a guest speaker in addition to PCUA Compliance staff, and allow credit union staff to understand compliance responsibilities and solutions in greater depth.

The cost to attend a Compliance Town Meeting is $25 per person. A networking lunch will be provided at no additional cost. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and the meeting will conclude by 4:00 p.m. Prior registration is required - click on the links below to register. For assistance, contact compliance@pcua.org.

Three regional meetings are being held this spring:

Compliance Town Meeting: March 25
The Woodlands, Wilkes-Barre

Compliance Town Meeting: April 1
DoubleTree by Hilton, Lancaster

Bankruptcy and Collection Compliance: What Credit Unions Need to Know
Matthew D. Urban, Weltman, Weinberg & Reis

Matthew Urban is the Managing Attorney of the Credit Union Group and oversees credit union work across Pennsylvania, focusing on the Consumer Collections (General) Group. He earned a B.A. magna cum laude in History from West Virginia University in 2000 and a J.D. from Duquesne University School of Law in 2003. A member of the Allegheny County Bar Association, Matt is licensed in Pennsylvania and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court.

TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule Implementation
Kelly Botti, VP of Compliance and Credit Union Counsel, TruMark Financial

This session will review the August 1, 2015 mortgage loan disclosure changes, known as the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule. This rule significantly impacts how your credit union will provide disclosures on or after August 1, 2015, by combining much of the information currently on a HUD-1 and GFE form, and replacing these with two new forms that encompass the mortgage disclosure requirements of both TILA and RESPA.

Kelly Botti is responsible for oversight and management of regulatory compliance and provision of legal counsel for TruMark Financial. She earned her J.D. from Villanova University School of Law, and a B.A. in Political Science from Loyola College, MD.

ComplySight Overview

The Association’s compliance staff will review ComplySight, a new self-assessment tool available from PCUA.

 

Compliance Town Meeting: April 8
Westmoreland Community College – Youngwood

Bankruptcy and Collection Compliance: What Credit Unions Need to Know
Joe Covelli, Covelli Law Offices

As Founder of Covelli Law Office, Joe  leads his experienced staff in areas such as real estate, personal injury, criminal cases, domestic affairs, and estate planning and probate. Over the past six years, Joe has been instrumental in developing a niche for the legal needs of credit unions throughout western Pennsylvania. Joe’s academic career began at Thomas Jefferson High School and continued at the University of Pittsburgh where he obtained a B.A. in Political Science, with honors. He is an alumnus of the Duquesne University School of Law, earning the degree of Juris Doctorate in 1980.

TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule Implementation
Colleen Kelly, Federal Compliance Counsel, Credit Union National Association

This session will review the August 1, 2015 mortgage loan disclosure changes, known as the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule. This rule significantly impacts how your credit union will provide disclosures on or after August 1, 2015, by combining much of the information currently on a HUD-1 and GFE form, and replacing these with two new forms that encompass the mortgage disclosure requirements of both TILA and RESPA.

As Federal Compliance Council for CUNA, Colleen analyzes regulations to determine their impact on the operations of credit unions and provides compliance information to credit unions through CUNA’s CompBlog, NewsNow, eGuide to Federal Laws and Regulations, Credit Union Magazine and other resources. Prior to joining CUNA, she worked for the Colorado Credit Union League doing governmental affairs and regulatory compliance. Colleen has taught financial literacy programs for Junior Achievement and serves on the Montgomery County Commission for Women, which advocates for local and state laws promoting economic equity for women.

ComplySight Overview

The Association’s compliance staff will review ComplySight, a new self-assessment tool available from PCUA.

 

Please click on a link below to register.








Click here for the
Fall 2014 Compliance Town Meeting
presentation material








Individualized Compliance training is also available.
Please contact the Compliance department for details
at 1-800-932-0661, Option #3.

 


Compliance Staff

John Kilduff, CFE, BSAC, CUERME
Compliance & Operations Officer

john.kilduff@pcua.org

717-234-3156 ext. 5248

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Joanne Broderick, CUCE, BSACS

 Compliance Consultant

joanne.broderick@pcua.org

717-884-3381

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Ann Renfrew

Compliance & Operations Officer

ann.renfrew@pcua.org

717-234-3156 x 5234

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Denise Sickonic
, CUCE, BSACS
Compliance Consultant

denise.sickonic@pcua.org
717-497-3288

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Carol Sheetz

Administrative Assistant

carol.sheetz@pcua.org

717-234-3156 ext. 5328