Archive Links

Consumer Archive
CU System Archive
Market Archive
Products Archive
Washington Archive

News Now

Products
CUNA ERM Institute registration open for 2014
MADISON, Wis. (1/13/14)--Registration is open for the CUNA Enterprise Risk Management Certification Institute, offered in collaboration with The Rochdale Group Inc. and taking place May 5-8 in San Diego.
 
The institute, in its fourth installment, provides attendees with crucial risk management knowledge and the tools to incorporate enterprise risk management (ERM) at their credit unions.
 
Through the insights and advice of ERM consultants from The Rochdale Group, participants will gain a better understanding of their credit unions' appetite for risk, risk beyond investments, and how risk management can drive decision making.
 
"Credit unions have made great advances in the management of risk, but we still have a lot of work to do before ERM becomes a staple in the movement," said Todd Spiczenski, senior vice president, Center for Professional Development at the Credit Union National Association. "With The Rochdale Group's continued involvement, this institute prepares attendees to oversee the ongoing management of risk in their organizations and react to economic crisis."
 
At the December institute, 112 individuals earned their Credit Union Enterprise Risk Management Expert (CUERME) certifications. Attendees of the May institute will have the opportunity to earn their CUERME designations and be officially certified as credit union ERM experts.
RSS print
News Now LiveWire
.@CreditYOUnion captures voices of #100MM loud, proud at @GAUnitedCU See #NewsNow Thursday for more
10 hours ago
Ill. @GovernorQuinn signs patent troll law http://t.co/ugWf8zHpCm via @CrainsChicago
10 hours ago
.@MBAMortgage : Mortgage apps increased 2.8% from one week earlier for week ending Aug. 22.
11 hours ago
Franchise businesses may face higher breach risk with POS systems HT @briankrebs http://t.co/LGE46DUk15
12 hours ago
About 1 in 3 consumers use plastsic for in-person purchases of less than $5, according to @CreditCardsCom survey.
13 hours ago