Chicagoland Compliance Association

To all the Chicagoland Compliance Association Members:

The Board of Directors of the Chicagoland Compliance Association (CCA), a solely volunteer organization, continues to monitor the recommended CDC and State guidelines for the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. As the pandemic prevented the Association from holding regularly in-person scheduled 2020 events, and the safety of us all is the utmost importance at this time, alternative events are being considered.

The CCA Board of Directors voted to carry-over 2019 Membership thru February 26, 2021. Should an alternative event be scheduled through February 26, 2021, Membership registrants will be honored at the Membership price. Additionally, any members who registered and paid in 2020, that membership will carry through until 2022. 

The 2021 Membership Drive will commence on January 4, 2021 through February 26, 2021. All registrations received & paid by January 29, 2021 will be automatically entered in a drawing to win free attendance at the 2021 Annual Conference to be held in the Fall of 2021; two registrants from the winning organization will be eligible to attend. The winner will be selected and notified in March.

Thank you for supporting the CCA, stay well and safe. We all hope to see each other again soon.

The Chicagoland Compliance Association is a non-profit association providing the greater Chicago banking community with compliance education and networking opportunities for over 30 years.

Our Mission Statement

The Chicagoland Compliance Association, Inc. is a not for profit corporation established in 1989 whose purpose is to promote, encourage and foster the study, analysis, discussion, and understanding of various federal and state regulations applicable to financial institutions. CCA provides a forum to address emerging and topical compliance issues in the financial industry; provides networking opportunities; and acts as a professional sounding board and vehicle of information-sharing opportunities. A premier goal is to assist financial institutions in their efforts to comply with regulatory requirements.

The Directors of CCA act as industry advocates for compliance processes and manage the affairs of the Association. Members of CCA foster effective relationships and support the attainment of professional goals and objectives for their respective institutions.

CCA offers regularly scheduled programs concerning all areas of compliance, including consumer laws and regulations, regulatory reporting, community reinvestment and fair lending regulations. The Association strives to help its members achieve a reasonable understanding and knowledge of bank regulatory requirements to bring about their objective of commitment to professional standards in the banking industry.


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Chicagoland Compliance Association
PO Box 06206
Chicago, IL 60606-0206