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CUNA Mutual webinar on supervisory committees
MADISON, Wis. (5/29/09)--A CUNA Mutual Group webinar will explore the importance of a credit union supervisory committee at 7 p.m. EDT on June 10. Registration is open for the free event, “What Your Supervisory Committee Should Do For You.” More than 400 credit union executives and volunteers already have signed up. The webinar will discuss the roles and responsibilities of a credit union’s supervisory committee, as outlined by the National Credit Union Administration, and focus on the non-financial institution professional serving as a volunteer on a credit union’s board and committees. “In today’s complex environment filled with rules, regulations and best practices, supervisory committee responsibilities are immense and growing every day,” said Joni Lovingood, CUNA Mutual risk manager and webinar instructor. “This session is ideal for credit union board and supervisory committee members, and it’s being held in the evening, which should be convenient for credit union volunteers.” The 2009 Credit Union Protection Webinar Series is designed to help credit unions address the most costly and most common risk areas in the industry.
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