New Jersey Credit Union League among five national providers of ComplySight compliance consulting services
CHARLOTTE, NC (February 2, 2017) — Developed by League InfoSight, a multi-league collaborative effort to provide useful compliance resources to member credit unions, ComplySight is a tool that helps credit unions manage their compliance activities. Their newest solution adds national ComplySight consulting services to the mix, and the New Jersey Credit Union League (NJCUL) was named one of just five companies certified to provide them.
“I’m proud to say that our New Jersey compliance team, led by Vice President, Compliance and Regulatory Affairs Nicola Foggie, has qualified for this honor. It only emphasizes what New Jersey credit unions have known all along – that our Shared and other Compliance solutions are best-in-class,” said NJCUL President/CEO David Frankil.
As a cost-effective compliance management tool, ComplySight has helped more than 250 credit unions nationally manage compliance with content that credit unions can use to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. In addition, ComplySight provides credit unions with regulatory alerts to stay on top of regulatory changes, robust reporting options, the ability to assign tasks to relevant employees, and much more.
About New Jersey Credit Union League
Formed in 1934, the New Jersey Credit Union League is the statewide trade association representing credit unions and is committed to the development of the credit union movement in New Jersey. Our mission includes a full range of services, programs, products and money-saving opportunities specifically designed to satisfy a credit union's operational, financial, training, compliance and overall growth and development needs. For more information visit www.njcul.org. New Jersey’s credit unions serve 1.1 million members throughout the state with financial products and services. They offer a popular alternative to traditional banks with better rates and lower fees than other institutions. For more information visit www.bankingyoucantrust.com.