4 ways to add prestigious compliance certifications to your resume

They’re among the most career-boosting certifications you can earn in your professional career: the award-winning NAFCU Certified Compliance Officer (NCCO) designation and the NAFCU Certified Bank Secrecy Officer (NCBSO) designation. Here’s how to get them—and recertify them.


Earning the highly sought-after, award-winning NCCO designation proves you’ve thoroughly mastered the major credit union compliance regulations. That’s why the NCCO program won ASAE’s gold award: the quality and success are second-to-none, having helped over 1,350 credit union compliance officers gain critical knowledge.

3 ways to earn it:

  • NAFCU’s NCCO Self-Study Bundle
    Save money on airfare and hotel
    You’ll get all the study materials you’d receive at Regulatory Compliance School, and can take the four exams with a proctor. A great way to study at your own pace!

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Earning your NCBSO means you’ve proven you comprehensively understand BSA methodology and money laundering threats. You’ll come away able to build and strengthen your formal BSA program whether you’re a new or seasoned professional.

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With NAFCU providing the best education and compliance assistance in the industry, both certifications are great ways to enhance your skills and help your credit union.