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  • Investing in a risk and compliance solution is a strategic decision – one that involves change, cost and risk. During implementation key processes are mapped, internal solutions are integrated, and strategic requirements are gathered, creating multiple potential points for delay, cost-overruns and failure. We understand these risks and our implementation experts know exactly how to mitigate them. Our singular focus is helping you succeed. We do this by forging long-term partnerships, where communication and collaboration ensure that obstacles are removed, risks are mitigated, and the path toward successful adoption is paved.

    We provide support throughout the engagement with management expertise and guidance. With deep industry knowledge, our implementation consultants will identify opportunities, avoid risks, and add value throughout every phase of a project. You can be assured that our implementation experts always make your interests their priority.

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The Bank Secrecy Act: What to Know and How to Stay Compliant

(Published July 21, 2017) In the July/August issue of The NAFCU Journal, Wolters Kluwer Financial Crimes Expert Todd Maguire provides guidance on the importance of credit unions staying compliant with the Bank Secrecy Act. In the article, Maguire illustrates the vulnerabilities smaller businesses can face when maintaining BSA compliance.

IRA-to-IRA Rollovers - Exception to the One-Per Year Rollover Rule

(Published July 19, 2017) On June 30, 2017 the Internal Revenue Service released Chief Counsel Memo 2017-18 addressing the rollover of individual retirement account (IRA) distributions made to an IRA owner from a failed financial institution. The Memo indicates that a distribution made from a failed financial institution by the FDIC as receiver is generally disregarded for purposes of applying the one-per year rollover rule.

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