About CUNA's Compliance Community

CUNA's Compliance Community is a dedicated space for credit union compliance professionals. Designed by credit unions, the compliance community is the interactive hub for all things credit union compliance, and is open to all affiliated credit unions and their employees as a CUNA member benefit.

Join the more than 6,000 compliance community members already using the community to:

  • Network with compliance professionals from across the country
  • Engage in discussions and exchange ideas and experiences
  • Share and access documents through an extensive file-sharing library
  • Read news updates and insightful CompBlog posts
  • Access implementation tools and other compliance resources

Join Today

Instructions for accessing this Compliance Community:

  • Click on SIGN IN  in the upper right hand corner 
  • Enter in your CUNA.org log in credentials.  
  • If you do not know them or are a new user follow the onscreen instructions
  • When prompted, accept the code of conduct
  • On the navigation menu click on COMMUNITIES
  • On the drop down menu - select ALL COMMUNITIES
  • Click on COMPLIANCE COMMUNITY, then select JOIN
  • Use the Contact Support tab on the right hand side of your screen for help.  
  • Still lost? Contact jekdahl@cuna.coop 


CUNA Comp Blog

Written by CUNA's Compliance Legal Experts, the Comp Blog provides daily insights and clarification on compliance hot topics, the most frequently asked compliance questions, as well as interpretations on regulations & legislative implications.

To access the Comp Blog you need to first log in to the compliance community.  

Instructions are located in the JOIN TODAY box.  


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Latest Discussions

  • We receive up to 1,000 RDC items each day, so we have rules in place to filter items by various criteria ...

  • Escheatment Policy

    Does anyone have an escheatment policy that they would be willing to share?  Also, if you are state ...

  • RE: Deceased Acccount

    Happy to share ours. I hope you find it helpful. ------------------------------ Laura Martin, CUCE AVP ...

Compliance News

  • CUNA generally supports the CFPB's interim final rule to temporarily permit mortgage servicers to offer certain loss mitigation options for borrowers experiencing financial hardships due COVID-19 emergency, but submitted several additional suggestions in its comment letter filed Friday.
  • CUNA continued its strong opposition to a recently announced Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac fee increase for certain purchased refinanced mortgages, calling for the fee to be withdrawn in a letter from CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle to FHFA Director Mark Calabria.
  • CUNA joined a broad coalition of organizations representing the housing, financial services industries as well as public interest groups to issue a statement noting the GSEs’ new adverse market fee will raise costs that will be particularly harmful to low- and moderate-income homeowners.