This recorded event is available until December 31, 2014.
The need for credit union financial training has grown far beyond the chief financial officer. The environment in which credit union managers operate continues to become more complex, as credit unions are faced with more competition from traditional financial institutions, as well as nontraditional organizations offering financial services. For credit unions to survive and flourish in a robust business environment, sound business practices must be followed. Now, more than ever, credit union professionals need the value of financial training. Volunteers, executives and managers are now being asked to make critical decisions based on their financial knowledge. Do you understand your credit unions numbers?
And now, with the NCUA's regulation covering board members of federally chartered credit unions, it's more important than ever that you have a thorough understanding of this material. This comprehensive program goes way beyond the basics and beyond the requirements of the regulators.
CUNA Board Financial Literacy Certificate
Attendees of CUNA CU Finance for Non-Financial Managers & Volunteers eSchool have the opportunity to earn their CUNA Board Financial Literacy Certificate by successfully completing the optional exam. The CUNA Board Financial Literacy Certificate ensures board members are in compliance with the NCUA ruling that board members must maintain a mandatory level of financial literacy based on their credit unions complexity.
Learn more about the CUNA Board Financial Literacy Certificate.
Who Should Attend
This eSchool is beneficial for board members and any credit union staff who are interested in gaining a better understanding of financial management topics. Affiliation with CUNA/League is required for attendance.