The Office of Regulatory Affairs is comprised of former examiners from the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). Helping institutions address their ALM-related regulatory needs, they provide policy development and maintenance, examination support, and board and ALCO assistance. They also issue regulatory updates and conduct educational webinars.

Policy Development

  • Investment policy

  • Liquidity management policy

  • Contingency funding plan

  • ALM/Interest rate risk policy

  • Concentration risk policy

  • Loan participation policy

Exam Support

  • Former examiners on staff

  • Pre-examination coaching

  • ALM assessment

  • Examination concern resolution and appeal

Board and ALCO

  • One-page risk management report

  • ALCO creation/restructuring

  • Virtual presentations

  • Education and training

Board, ALCO and Senior Management Training
Presentations can be customized for your institution on many topics including:

  • Regulations

  • Interpretive rulings

  • ALM management

  • Other customized topics


As an industry leader in education, we support a learning environment that equips clients with the knowledge they need to make well-informed decisions.

  • Updates to assist in the regulatory compliance process

  • Complimentary webinars on regulatory developments

  • Customized training sessions and product education

  • Educational seminars based on your specific needs

  • Commentary on the impact that proposed regulations can have on an institution's
    asset liability management, investment and liquidity management programs

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