Posts Tagged ‘Red Flags’

Three ways to avoid NCUA exam red flags

Three ways to avoid NCUA exam red flags

In a National Credit Union Association examination, a certain type of investment on a credit union’s books is likely to trigger extra attention from the examiner. In this post, I’ll describe what raises [...]

Loan Zone: Secrets of the Cs

Loan Zone: Secrets of the Cs

Keep your credit union on a safe and profitable course by knowing these “secrets of the Cs”—five underwriting red flags that signify your potential loan is a sinking ship. What are the Cs? They [...]

Compliance: Identifying human trafficking red flags

Compliance: Identifying human trafficking red flags

Human trafficking is a rapidly growing crime, and with credit unions on the front line of the financial system, they can help combat it. Not only can the reporting of suspicious activity help uncover crimes [...]

3 Red flags signal inadequate member service

3 Red flags signal inadequate member service

Eliminate these inefficiencies in the back office. by: Alissa Fry-Harris Sponsored by Bluepoint Solutions What does back-office inefficiency have to do with attracting new members? Or retaining existing members? It’s a matter of priorities–[...]

NCUA Shows Its Hand Again

NCUA Shows Its Hand Again

by Anthony Demangone NCUA recently held a webinar entitled "Examination 2013: What to Expect." If that didn't get your attention, I'm not sure what will.  This is the equivalent of Sister Rose De Lima handing [...]

FinCEN Notes Payment Processing Red Flags

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network issued an advisory Monday on what red flags financial institutions should look out for when working with third-party payment processors. The advisory, FIN-2012-A010, notes high numbers of consumer complaints about [...]

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