Webinar – Directors & Financial Literacy: Monitoring & Measuring 9 Credit Union Risks
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When: 09/17/2013
2 p.m.-3:30 p.m.

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In part two of this series, participants will learn how to take their knowledge of financial statements and ratios and use it to identify and monitor risk. Learn what can happen in the case of liberal underwriting and weak quality controls, and why taking appropriate risk with borrowers is necessary. This webinar will address the nine most critical risks that directors need to understand and explain how to monitor them. It will also include a review of critical internal controls.

Presenter: Tim Harrington, TEAM Resources
Who should attend: Branch Managers, Compliance Officers, Operations, Volunteers and CEOs

Time: 2 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
Cost: $209 for live webinar only; $229 for live webinar, plus a web link and free CD-ROM (MN sales tax applies)
Registration deadline: Thursday, Sept. 12 

Registration is also available until Aug. 22 for part 1 of this series: "Directors & Financial Literacy: Understanding the CUs Financial Condition." An archive of both webinars will be available after their release dates on the Webinars on Demand page of the Network website.


About Webinars

Pairing conferencing capabilities with web technology, this session brings informative, interactive training directly to you. During the webinar, you'll view a real-time PowerPoint presentation on your computer while listening to the audio connection via telephone.

While credit unions are encouraged to use the webinar to train multiple individuals at once, the credit union will be charged for each computer connection that uses its login code. Participants will receive login instructions and handout materials via email prior to the webinar. In addition, registrants may also receive an archive CD-ROM after the live session.

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