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Regulatory Compliance
​The regulatory compliance consultants on our credit union team will help you sift through the regulations and decide which ones your organization has to comply with and the best way to comply.  They will help you minimize the impact and maximize the benefits.

Regulatory Compliance

Prioritize your compliance efforts to maximize risk protection and save

There seem to be countless regulations affecting credit unions, and the number continues to grow as Washington demands stronger protection for member information and complete transparency for transactions. The question is how do you interpret and meet so many regulatory compliance standards, especially when they are written to cover all financial service organizations of all sizes, with product lines that range from simple to complex.

Important Upcoming Regulatory Compliance Dates

Regulatory compliance is always changing. The regulatory compliance calendar is intended to assist with planning and to address requirements related to federal consumer protection and other regulations. Information contained in the calendar is designed to serve as a reminder of relevant dates to complete tasks associated with regulatory matters. We highly recommend you consult the referenced law or regulation for specific details as may be appropriate.

The Plante Moran regulatory compliance consulting professionals can help you sift through the regulations and decide which ones your credit union has to comply with and the best way to comply. Our regulatory compliance consulting services will help you simplify, thereby minimizing the impact and maximizing the benefits. 

Risk management to fit your unique situation

You can depend on our regulatory compliance consulting experts to help you customize your risk management efforts to fit your credit union’s unique situation. And you can be assured that the scope of the compliance coverage we recommend will satisfy the regulators. We frequently contact them to make sure our compliance coverage meets their expectations.

Our regulatory compliance experts are on top of issues like the Bank Secrecy Act, money laundering, identity theft prevention (red flag requirements), fair lending, loan compliance, and the USA Patriot Act. Prior to joining Plante Moran most members of the regulatory compliance consulting team worked in financial institutions so they know exactly what you are dealing with and the pressures you are facing. 

Manage risk; contain costs

Our menu of regulatory compliance services is designed to help you take a proactive approach to risk management and compliance as well as to monitor your ongoing compliance efforts, detect possible problems, and develop solutions. You will appreciate our efforts to manage your risk while containing costs and protecting your members.

Our regulatory compliance consultants can review and assess your compliance policies, procedures, and processes. They can also test your regulatory compliance and when they find problems, they will suggest solutions. 

Informed counsel

Whether you are looking at a new regulation and trying to interpret it for your credit union or you are introducing a new service and need to analyze regulatory compliance implications, you can depend on our compliance consulting team for informed counsel.

Credit union management will be included in our regulatory services throughout the process and be asked to respond to our findings. Final reports will include details on the findings, recommendations for improvement, and management responses to the recommendations.
You can count on Plante & Moran's regulatory compliance team to help you manage your risk.

Regulatory compliance services include: 

  • Review and assessment of compliance policies, procedures, and processes 
  • Full-service compliance review and monitoring activities 
  • Independent testing 
  • Compliance risk assessments 
  • Interpretation of regulatory guidance and development of implementation plans 
  • Analysis of compliance implications of new products and services 
  • Policy and procedure development 
  • Training and development of employees 
  • Examination preparation


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