new Cautionary Tales from the Boardroom
In the fourth installment of this series, Jeff Rendel of Rising Above Enterprises discusses accounting for investments and what board and supervisory committee members need to know from staff in order to have an accurate understanding of the true capital strength and capital ratio for your credit union. See other installments of Cautionary Tales from the Boardroom.
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CUNA released a new online discussion forum, designed in partnership with Passageways, exclusively available for members of the CUNA Volunteer Network. This discussion forum provides a safe, convenient online atmosphere where you can share your ideas and connect with fellow board members without ever having to leave your desk.
Featuring simplified tools and a user-friendly layout that focuses on functionality, you will be able to easily navigate the online discussion forum to distribute materials, hold board meetings, join in conversations and conduct your day-to-day board member business like never before. Take a minute to review this overview video before you get started.
Economist urges CUs to adopt a 'mobile-first' mind-set.
"Credit unions must leverage new, disruptive technologies or they'll be leveled by them," Max Wolff, chief economist and senior analyst with GreenCrest Capital, told attendees of the Credit Union Reality Check Conference last month in Atlantic City, N.J. READ MORE
Credit Union Magazine
1. purchase-and-assumtion transactions
These instruments will grow in importance, requiring extensive education and communication efforts to minimize service distruptions fo new members. READ MORE