Making a decision to try something new in your work life can be scary. You’re always looking to make improvements and do things better, but at the same time you don’t want to make a mistake. This goes double for anything audit or compliance related.

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Credit union audits and exams are ongoing compliance activities for auditors and business units alike. Yet, without a solid, repeatable structure, they can drain significant time and resources. And in today’s economy, resources are already at their breaking point.

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Spectra Credit Union is based in Alexandra, Virginia. They control over $500m in assets and are growing quickly. Their audit team is small and also handles risk, compliance, and other regulatory duties.

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This blog is based on part of an article I wrote for The Audit Report, the official publication of the Association of Credit Union Internal Auditors.

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This blog is based on part of an article I wrote for The Audit Report, the official publication of the Association of Credit Union Internal Auditors.

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We’re proud to announce the release of Redboard 11.2! This new version of our credit union audit management software features new enhancements to streamline use.

Using the NCUA Examiner's Guide for an Internal Control Audit

Credit union internal audit programs are critical to their organization’s success. They keep everything running smoothly and as it should. They also ensure a clear path to growth—all while staying partially independent from the rest of the credit union.

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How the NCUA AIRES Questionnaires Can Help Your Credit Union Prepare for Your Next Regulatory Examination

Credit union regulatory exams don’t come around often, but they are stressful. These exams tips will give you both the confidence and better results you need.

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5 Strategies to Avoid Risk During Your Credit Union's Next Regulatory Examination

Do you know of anyone who looks forward to credit union exams? Do they have NCUA rules and regulations tattooed on their arms? Do they read article after article exploring various credit union compliance resources?

The world of compliance moves fast, and new regulations emerge monthly. It’s important to keep your ear to the ground to see whatever changes are coming. And, seeing other people’s approaches—both from the regulatory side and from the credit union side—can provide much needed perspectives.

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