Supervisory Committee Workshops
As the role of the Supervisory Committee continues to evolve, it is imperative that volunteers in this position understand their role as the watchdog of credit unions’ safety and soundness. The Minnesota Credit Union Network’s Supervisory Committee Workshop will give an overview of the basics and provide the groundwork for developing a highly effective supervisory committee. Geared toward new committee members and seasoned veterans, this training will discuss the duties, responsibilities and liabilities of the supervisory committee.
Led by credit union industry experts, this session will review the goals of the committee, explore steps for ensuring that the credit union is following proper procedures and discuss warning signs of misconduct. Attendees will learn from the credit union experiences of the presenters and have the opportunity to discuss any questions or concerns they may have. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about how to more effectively fulfill your responsibilities as a supervisory committee member.
Rich Gabrielson, CPA – Gabrielson is a principal at LarsonAllen, LLP, which ranks among the top 20 CPA firms in the United States. In his position, he works with the firm’s credit union clients by supervising audits and related services. Gabrielson is also a frequent speaker and workshop presenter for credit union chapters and trade associations, both locally and nationally.
Greg Schwartz, CPA − Schwartz is a principal at LarsonAllen, LLP, where he delivers audit and consulting services to credit union clients. He is an industry-recognized expert and has a wealth of credit union experiences ranging from training to audits to GAAP.
Dates & Locations:
Oct. 11 – Owatonna
Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites
2365 NW 43rd Street
Owatonna, MN 55060
The registration deadline for this workshop has passed.
To inquire about late registration, contact Sue Groskreutz by email or at (651) 288-5521.
Time: All workshops will be held from 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
A light supper will be served at 5:30 p.m., and the meeting will start at 6 p.m.
|Cost: $39 per person|
The registration deadline for the workshops has passed. To inquire about late registration, contact Sue Groskreutz by email or at (651) 288-5521.
With questions about the Supervisory Committee Workshops or about registration, contact MnCUN Director of Education Sue Groskreutz by email or at (651) 288-5521.