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Makes the ratios on your credit union's financial statements more understandable and more useful. You will also identify the possible red flag ratios and what they can reveal when it comes to risk management.
Modern, progressive board governance requires that credit union boards establish boundaries for managers and boards. But there are many things that can go wrong at the credit union in this rapidly changing environment.
CEO performance management is one of the most controversial and avoided areas of the board of directors responsibilities.
Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) compliance remains high on the examiner’s list for all credit unions, so credit union volunteers need to be familiar with BSA requirements.
Do you know how your organization can or will respond to critical disruptions, of any kind? BCP is high on the checklist for the NCUA, and with good reason.
Simply stated, a credit union board consists of dedicated volunteers interested in pursuing policies and making decisions in the best interest of the credit union and the movement. It is easier said than done.
Are you looking in the right places? Believe it or not there are ways to impact growth without reinventing the wheel. In this CUNA Training on Demand course, take a look at different growth strategies credit unions ha ...
It’s the board’s job to set a course and mission for the credit union. Making sure that the mission is accomplished is the essence of governance.
Strategic planning is about the big picture, about setting the direction of the organization. The board of directors must establish the culture of the credit union, and set the tone of the operation.
In the formative years of most credit unions, growth occurred through local involvement. It wasn’t until recently that credit unions began hiring marketers to grow their credit union.
Learn what can you do to make sure that your credit union is receiving the most from your audit and auditor.
Your credit union has made the leap and opened up its charter. Have you communicated with your existing members to make sure they know why the charter has changed?
Learn about social media tools including Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and LinkedIn, discuss emerging trends and focus in on your role as a volunteer in selecting a social media platform.
Explore the supervisory committee's roles and responsibilities for an effective internal control environment.
Learn how to identify and determine what the supervisory committee's priorities are regarding risk.
It’s not something you want to have first-hand and repeated experience with, but what do you do when a complaint is filed against management?
Goes beyond the basic duties to reveal potential areas of concern such as cash, loans, credit cards, share draft accounts, dormant accounts, general ledger accounts, repossessed collateral, investments, and the internet.
Outsourcing is an increasingly common way for credit unions to offer more products and services. But how do you choose the right vendor to ensure that the work is done to your standards?
The value of an annual audit depends on how effectively the results of the audit are communicated to and understood by the credit union’s supervisory committee.
Shows you how to make volunteer self-evaluations manageable and relatively painless; not to mention beneficial.
Each year more and more charges of sexual harassment are filed. In addition to the potential legal ramifications, harassment negatively affects morale and the credit union's image.