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|The Pulse | 08-14-2018|
Volume 7, Issue 32
Fall 2018 Peer-To-Peer Meetings
Credit union professionals are invited to join their peers at the Minnesota Credit Union Network’s Fall Peer-to-Peer (P2P) sessions. P2P events are discipline-specific, providing an opportunity to learn from industry experts and other credit union staff in your field. Based on member feedback, the 2018 Fall P2P sessions will include content, presentations and facilitated discussions in partnership with presenters.
Upcoming P2P Schedule:
Tim Tacheny Promoted to General Counsel
Tim Tacheny has been promoted to General Counsel at the Minnesota Credit Union Network. In this role, Tacheny will provide daily legal compliance support to credit unions, as well as draft a variety of legal compliance publications. He will also be helping to conduct research on various legal issues, including banking laws, on behalf of credit unions.
Prior to joining MnCUN in 2017, Tacheny worked in private practice, focusing on litigation and business transactional work. He also worked as an attorney for Wolters Kluwer Financial Services in the area of banking and lending compliance.
For more information on MnCUN’s compliance and audit services, visit the regulatory compliance page of the Network website.
Regulations are updated with increasing frequency, making it hard for credit unions to quickly adjust their policies to stay in compliance or write a new policy as required by rule. The Minnesota Credit Union Network partners with PolicyWorks to provide credit unions with access to PolicyAid - a comprehensive online policy library that provides credit unions easy access to nearly 100 policies.
MnCUN member credit unions receive a secure log in to PolicyWorks' members only website. To access this service, credit unions must designate the appropriate users.
MnCUN is pleased to offer this service to assist the ongoing compliance needs of Minnesota’s credit unions, and provide additional value for your dues dollars.
With questions, please contact MnCUN General Counsel Tim Tacheny.