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CUNA announces new ERM Institute for directors
MADISON, Wis. (1/7/13)--The Credit Union National Association, in collaboration with The Rochdale Group Inc., has announced a new risk management institute for directors.

The CUNA Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Institute for Directors will take place April 17-19 in Las Vegas.

The institute will provide credit union directors with tools to incorporate risk management into the culture of their credit unions. With expertise from ERM consultants of The Rochdale Group Inc., attendees will gain an understanding of their role in the ERM process and the ability to establish a risk culture in their credit unions.

"CUNA and The Rochdale Group are focused on delivering ERM solutions to credit unions," stated Tony Ferris, Partner at The Rochdale Group. "With the increasing importance of enhanced organizational risk management for credit unions, we believe that leveraging the strengths of our organizations will allow us to better assist credit union directors with their ERM needs and decision-making."

The institute is the second activity presented through the CUNA and The Rochdale Group collaboration. The collaboration also provides the CUNA Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Certification Institute.


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