updated 07/08/13 02:10 PM
FINANCIAL LITERACY REQUIREMENTS
Two-Part Webinar Series
Federal regulations stipulate that newly elected directors must satisfy the National Credit Union Administration's (NCUA) financial literacy requirements within six months of appointment. Existing directors are also advised to periodically brush up on their financial skills.
Join the Fulfilling NCUA Financial Literacy Requirements for Directors, Parts 1 & 2 webinar series on July 24 and 25, and get the knowledge you need to understand your credit union’s financial condition and satisfy NCUA Regulation 701.4 (b)(3).
Tim Harrington, CPA, will explain balance sheets and income statements to give you a thorough overview of key ratios, profit and capital, trend analysis, risk management, and asset/liability management.
Part 1: Wednesday, July 24
  • Basic building blocks of financial understanding.
  • What regulators look for and why.
  • Why CAMELs actually matter, and not just from a regulatory standpoint.
  • Identifying the most important items for a director to watch.
  • Understanding spread analysis.
  • Comprehending the importance of capital.
Part 2: Thursday, July 25
  • Key ratios to understand and watch.
  • Understanding the Allowance for Loan Losses and investment valuations.
  • Importance of efficiency and how to measure it.
  • Recognizing different business models, identifying, and understanding yours.
  • Making sense of asset/liability management.
  • Risks credit unions face and how to mitigate them.
ATTEND BOTH DAYS OF THE PROGRAM FOR THE COST OF ONE INTERNET CONNECTION!
Click here to register today!
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