Credit union business continuity plans addressed in upcoming eSchool
Credit union leaders who want to know if their business continuity plan adequately addresses unknown contingencies and relevant requirements can find out at CUNA Business Continuity eSchool, to be held in five sessions May 3 through June 6.
“The relevance of business continuity planning is clearer than ever after the events of the past year,” said Jess MacLagan, instructional design manager – compliance at CUNA. “This course will help any credit union of any size, and with any business continuity planning maturity level, to refine it in a way that will both meet requirements and save the credit union from risk.”
Attendees of the eSchool will learn what a business continuity plan should look like according to the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, how to create and test a plan, how to manage incidents and what their board’s involvement in the plan should be.