Cooperative Credit Union Association Selects ViClarity for Suite of Member-Only Compliance Solutions
March 8, 2022
Partnership enhances regulatory compliance support for Cooperative Credit Union Association members
(Marlborough, MA - March 8, 2022) – The Cooperative Credit Union Association (CCUA) today announced it has partnered with ViClarity, a global provider of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) technology and credit union compliance services. The increasing complexity and frequency of regulation is among the reasons CCUA chose to partner with ViClarity, which also serves five other credit union associations and independent credit unions across the country.
CCUA President/CEO Ron McLean said, “Collaboration is one of the most effective ways to help our member credit unions navigate regulatory compliance issues. The experts at ViClarity are among the most proficient in the movement, and we are confident they will position our members for continued success in their compliance management strategies.”
Through this partnership, CCUA member credit unions will have access to ViClarity’s compliance hotline, which provides member credit unions with email and/or telephone answers to their questions on regulatory requirements, policies and general compliance inquiries as well as current compliance news and information, including member-exclusive webinars and resources.
“CCUA’s investment in compliance support demonstrates the association’s continued commitment to solving for one of the most time-consuming and complex activities credit unions contend with today,” said ViClarity Global CEO Miriam De Dios Woodward. “It’s our pleasure to work alongside CCUA, its leadership and the many members that keep CCUA strong and thriving.”
About Cooperative Credit Union Association
The Cooperative Credit Union Association is a regional trade organization serving as the voice for nearly 180-member credit unions located in the States of Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.
CCUA member credit unions hold combined assets in excess of $73 billion and serve a collective membership base of more than 4.7 million consumers. Last year, CCUA credit unions provided over $500 million in direct financial benefits to their members and had a combined financial impact of over $5 billion on their states. For more information, visit www.CCUA.org.