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October 28th is fast approaching. Every moment counts as each credit union works to meet the new rule's obligation to provide the required disclosures, ensure delivery, and obtain the information needed to comply.
In this session attorney Bruce Jolly will review the scope of the rule, examine the required disclosures and explore the option of cutting off remittances when the compliance limit is approached. He will examine recent changes in the scope of the error resolution procedures and the disclosure of recipient institution and foreign and other third party fees and taxes. The goal: wise decisions and full compliance.
Who should attend?
Credit union professionals who handle funds transfers to other countries, especially in these positions:
Meet the presenter, Bruce Jolly:
Bruce Jolly, is a partner in Reed & Jolly, PLLC, and has represented credit unions since 1978 when he joined the staff of the Credit Union National Association where he became Washington Counsel. He has been involved in significant credit union legislation since that time, including testifying before various committees of Congress on issues ranging from taxation to field of membership. In 1998, he was the Senate Banking Committee’s expert witness on the field of membership issue as HR 1151 progressed to enactment.
Since leaving CUNA, Mr. Jolly has been involved in credit union representation on matters ranging from new product development to the Nationwide FCU sale in which members received an unprecedented $79 million for their ownership interests in the credit union. His practice includes advice on regulatory compliance, mergers, new charters, enforcement actions and strategic planning in the ever changing world of credit union regulation.
Mr. Jolly graduated from the University of North Carolina with a degree in Journalism and from its law school with his Juris Doctorate.
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