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Whether you are new to your role as a director or are a seasoned board member, your expertise in areas such as credit, security, audit, and capital planning is more valuable than ever. Regulators expect directors to have a reasonable understanding of many functions that traditionally have been left to senior management and staff. Round out your knowledge of today's hot-button issues with this informative series of 4 webinars.
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- Directors' Role & Responsibilities When a Data Breach Occurs
- Overseeing Credit Union Performance: The Role of Audit
- Assessing Credit Risk for Directors
- Board Governance Essentials
Session Dates & Descriptions
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Pacific
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Mountain
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Central
3:00 pm – 4:30 pm Eastern
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February 15, 2018
Directors' Role & Responsibilities When a Data Breach Occurs
Randall J. Romes, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
Cybersecurity risk continues to evolve at a rapid pace. New data breaches are publicized every week. A core component of cybersecurity risk management is a well-thought-out incident response program. Directors' responsibilities include staying abreast of the changing risk environment, while providing governance and oversight of the risk management program. This session will summarize the latest information on cybersecurity risks and provide guidance to directors on how to positively impact the incident response program.
April 25, 2018
Overseeing Credit Union Performance: The Role of Audit
Gary J. Young, Young & Associates, Inc.
Overseeing business performance is a fundamental part of a director's role. However, it is nearly impossible for directors to know all of the factors necessary to fulfill this responsibility. An effective audit program makes this oversight more manageable. Third-party audits provide evidence that management is complying with credit union policy, rules, and regulations. Join us to learn more about external, internal, loan review, compliance, interest-rate risk, and IT audits.
One of the most challenging jobs for board members is to analyze, evaluate, and then approve or deny loans. Board members often have limited experience in making loans, yet the board is asked to approve the largest and most complex credits. This webinar will address the most important criteria in making credit decisions with a thorough analysis of the key components and ratios of a strong credit. After this webinar, you will be more knowledgeable and better equipped to make tough credit decisions.
September 18, 2018
Board Governance Essentials
Kevin Smith, TEAM Resources
Credit unions and the financial services industry have become incredibly complex. The board's role in governing must evolve and keep pace. Should the board's involvement be limited to the strategic level, or should they provide direct management input? At what point is it appropriate to delegate implementation of strategic initiatives to the CEO? This webinar will provide an overview of strategic board governance and examine best practices from other credit union boards. Learn steps that board members can take to stay at the strategic level, while still providing required oversight and fiduciary duties.