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CUES, in partnership with Decision Strategies International, Inc. (DSI), one of the world’s leading companies in the area of scenario planning, brings you Scenarios for Credit Unions 2020: Striving to Stay Relevant in a Rapidly Changing World. The study focuses on four distinct future scenarios, and challenges credit union leaders to question their assumptions and to develop a more flexible, multi-faceted view of the future.
Recent guidance from regulators about risk management underscores a credit union board’s role in making sure risk isn’t being managed department by department, in silos. It’s easy for a board to settle into the pattern of assessing risk exposures for each new product, strategy, or operational change as management brings it to the board’s attention. But it may be time for your board to establish a policy of addressing risk in a broader, more systematic fashion.
Data breaches are emerging as a risk just as dire as natural disasters, fires, business interruption, and other insurance risks. If your credit union doesn’t have insurance specifically devoted to covering data breach risks, you need to review your overall exposure to these risks.
Here are five elements to include in a social media policy that provides the foundation for using social media as an effective part of your overall marketing/PR strategy.
Learn the five things that credit unions with successful financial check-in programs tend to do
In its first two years, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has had its foot firmly on the gas of regulatory change. Don’t look for any brake lights in late 2013 or in 2014.
Recent research shows Americans are carrying less life insurance now than in 2004, and 30% of Americans have no life insurance at all.
A compilation of more than 40 articles written for CUES' Facility Solutions series
Credit unions were a favorite target of “the king of home equity fraud” during the HELOC boom. Our industry still needs to guard against sophisticated funds transfer schemes that often hinge on employees giving too much information to callers impersonating members.
Two common HR Policy Mistakes Can Increase Risk of Employee Lawsuits