Date & Time
Wednesday, April 15, 2020, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

To better serve your members, you must first understand the opportunities presented by today’s regulatory environment, and more importantly, you must also know the risks. It’s true the pace of new regulations has slowed, and the National Credit Union Administration has allowed credit unions a bit more flexibility and decision-making in some areas. However, there continue to be ample examples of heightened regulatory expectations, hefty fines, and a healthy threat of litigation related to many facets of credit union operations. So, what does this mean for credit unions? What type of conversation might be productive around the board table? What can management do to effectively manage the risks? Come find out! This session will provide a broad brush of today’s regulatory environment and what it means for the future. This session will help you identify regulatory opportunities to better meet member demands, understand the risks of doing so, and have some fun along the way.


Knowledge Level: Basic
Pre-Requisite: None
No advance preparation required
CPE Field of Study: Management Services