Why Compliance Alliance?

Owned by 25 State Bankers Associations, Compliance Alliance monitors the needs of bankers to create, update and continually provide the most sought-after banking regulation resources in the industry. 

Our products and services include: 

  • The most comprehensive set of bank compliance tools and documents, with more than 1,000 available for download.
  • A compliance hotline available by phone, live chat and email from 7 am to 5:30 pm Central to answer all your compliance questions.
  • Reviews of company advertising or marketing campaigns, policies, procedures, disclosures and new products.
  • Unlimited use of the compliance hotline for one flat annual fee (including number of users, downloads, reviews and questions). 

Compliance Alliance provides unique access to tools and resources designed specifically to assist banks in keeping up and staying ahead in an ever-changing regulatory environment. Learn more about becoming a Compliance Alliance member and see how we can help your bank thrive.

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Current News

  • Quarterly Banking Prolfe - Banks Made $40.4 Billion in Third Quarter

    November 25, 2015

    Earnings Rise, Profitability Remains Flat Reductions in expenses for litigation reserves outweighed weakness in net operating revenue at large banks as third quarter net income for FDIC-insured institutions totaled $40.4 billion. This represents an increase of $1.9 billion (5.1 percent) from the $38.4 billion reported in third quarter 2014. Well over half of all banks, or 58.9 percent, reported higher quarterlyearnings than the year-ago quarter. The proportion of banks that were unprofitable fell to 5 percent, compared with 6.6 percent in third quarter 2014. The average return on assets was essentially unchanged at 1.02 percent, versus 1.01 percent the year before.

  • Feds Propose New Rule Regarding Liquidity Coverage Ratio

    November 25, 2015

    The proposed rule would apply to all depository institution holding companies and covered nonbank companies that are required to calculate the LCR (covered companies) under 12 CFR part 249. A covered company would be required to publicly disclose on a quarterly basis quantitative information about its LCR calculation, as well as a discussion of certain features of its LCR results. The proposed rule also would amend 12 CFR part 249 to provide a full year for certain companies to come into compliance with 12 CFR part 249.

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Upcoming Events

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    November 26, 2015

  • Effective Date: FDIC Safety and Soundness

    November 27, 2015

    The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”) is adopting a final rule (“Final Rule”) to rescind and remove from the Code of Federal Regulations 12 CFR part 391, subpart B (“part 391, subpart B”), entitled “Safety and Soundness Guidelines and…

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Member Success Stories

Success Story

We have been very satisfied with the service and consulting that [Compliance Alliance has] for community banks. For our dues, we get up to date written policies, timely updates on changes in regulation and unprecedented consulting services. This is as good as hiring the most expensive law firm at a fraction of the cost."
Mark Williamson
West Texas State Bank, Snyder, TX

Success Story

We were not 100% sure this was the way to go, so we signed up for one year. Now we know this is the only way to go and have signed-up for 3-years. For the smaller bank it is like having an entire Compliance Department without the huge overhead!"
Suzette M. LaJoie
Central Savings Bank, Sault Sainte Marie, MI

Success Story

Compliance Alliance has the best resources, tools, and employees of any compliance site I have ever used. The Tools and Resources are current, easily found, and a tremendous help to any compliance officer trying to start-up a department or updating documents, policies, procedures and trainings for all of the constant changes."
Glenn Lamp
C&F Finance Company, Richmond, VA