MADISON, Wis. (7/17/13)--The 2014 CUNA CU Finance for Non-Financial Managers & Volunteers School, to be held April 7-9, will offer a foundational financial curriculum tailored to the responsibilities of credit union non-financial managers and volunteers.
Attendees will leave the school with the capability to better protect the finances of their credit unions and members and to initiate productive financial communication with financial professionals and managers, said CUNA.
The 2014 credit union finance curriculum includes:
Financial Statements 101--Interpreting a credit union's financial condition;
In-depth financial analysis of several credit unions;
Credit union ratios--What they mean and the importance they hold;
What asset-liability is and its importance to the credit union's financial health;
Insights from Tim Harrington, president of Team Resources; and
Pre-conference workshop with compliance expert Tyler Parker.
At April's school, 15 credit union professionals completed the optional on-site exam to earn their CUNA Board Financial Literacy Certificates. The certificate, offered each year, fulfills the National Credit Union Administration requirement that credit union board members possess a proven level of financial literacy.
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