LAS VEGAS (12/7/15)--A capacity crowd of more than 325 credit union representatives is in Las Vegas today for the CUNA Supervisory Committee and Internal Audit Conference.
The three-day conference focuses exclusively on supervisory committee and internal audit information, with insights into the unique role committee members play in their credit unions.
Today kicks off with a general session from Josh Witt on “Existentialism for Credit Union Volunteers--Who Am I and Why Am I Here?” on the integral role that the supervisory committee plays in the success of a credit union.
This week’s topics include internal and external fraud, information security, data breach and incident response, interest-rate risk modeling, risk-based auditing, vendor management and what examiners look for in a healthy supervisory committee.
Conference attendees can earn credits toward their Certified Credit Union Volunteer (CCUV) designation by successfully completing specific sessions. The CUNA Volunteer Certification Program has two tracks: one for supervisory committee members and one for board directors.
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