Why Compliance Alliance?

Owned by 24 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

  • Senator seeks GAO investigation of CFPB payday loan rulemaking

    June 29, 2015

    In a letter to the Government Accountability Office (GAO), Senator David Vitter questioned “the adequacy and thoroughness of the CFPB’s analysis of small business impacts” in connection with its payday lending rulemaking process and asked the GAO to conduct an investigation and issue a report on its findings. Senator Vitter chairs the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship. In March 2015, in preparation for convening a small business review panel required by the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act (SBREFA) and Dodd-Frank, the CFPB released its contemplated proposals taking aim at payday (and other small-dollar, high-rate) loans. As Mark Furletti reported, a SBREFA panel met in April 2015 to discuss the proposals. (Mark participated at the SBREFA panel as an advisor to a small entity representative (SER).) In his letter, Senator Vitter listed seven issues he wants the GAO to examine. Those issues include whether: -the CFPB conducted the selection of SERs in a way that guarantees adequate input from a reasonable distribution and representation of small entities that would likely be impacted by the CFPB’s proposals; -the SBREFA panel process allows the CFPB to adequately consider the SERs’ views, concerns and data prior to issuing a proposed rule; and -the CFPB, in the materials distributed to the SERs of how its proposals would impact the cost of credit for small business, provided an adequate analysis. Senator Vitter also asked the GAO to interview SERs who participated in the SBREFA panels to gauge their views on the panel process, including whether they believe (1) their respective industry was adequately represented in the selection of participants, and (2) the materials distributed to them adequately prepared them to provide constructive input.

  • OCC: Counterfeit Cashier’s Checks of Citizens Savings Bank, Clarks Summit, Penn.

    June 29, 2015

    The above-named bank has reported that counterfeit cashier’s checks using a correct routing number of 231375151 are being presented for payment nationwide in connection with a mystery shopping scam.

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Upcoming Events

  • Membership Live Demo

    June 30, 2015

    Join us for a live demonstration of the benefits of membership with Compliance Alliance. This virtual tour will provide an in-depth look at each of our tools and resource categories. You will also learn more about the additional services that Compliance Alliance offers member banks.  Register…

  • OCC Licensing Integration Final Rule

    July 01, 2015

    Category: Effective Date

    The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has issued a final rule that integrates its rules for national banks and federal savings associations (FSA) relating to policies and procedures for corporate activities and transactions (licensing rules). The final rule revises these rules to…

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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

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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