Guide your credit union's risk management culture
Regulators and consumers are asking more questions about what financial institutions are doing about risk and many credit unions are starting the process of implementing an enterprise-wide program. Enterprise risk is about assessing, on an ongoing basis, all the risks of the organization - from operational to information technology to reputation risk and then establishing an appetite for risk. And, it's about making sure that strategies operate within that risk appetite.
The board of directors is ultimately responsible for the results of and the way in which the credit union conducts its business. While risk management is the responsibility of management, directors must establish a risk culture and ultimately understand the risks the organization faces especially in light of the strategies it deploys.
The role of the board of directors in enterprise-wide risk oversight has become increasingly challenging as expectations for board engagement are at all-time highs.
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April 19-22, 2015 • Chicago, IL
$1,295 ($1,495 after February 19, 2015)
Affiliation with CUNA/League required for attendance.