The FASB has issued several final standards over the past few years, including credit losses, revenue recognition and leases, with effective dates over the next three years for most credit unions. The recent changes in NCUA business lending regulations have opened up additional opportunities for credit unions. In this time of change and uncertainty, it is essential that you align your decisions to move forward. Gain unwavering confidence for each step of the decision-making process at the only conference that brings together such a wide array of industry experts.
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An up-tempo look at the latest auditing standards and how they will affect auditors and the companies they audit.
Many credit unions have, or are contemplating, mortgage banking activities. We will provide an overview of accounting and financial considerations for mortgage banking operations from rate lock to servicing.
NCUA will provide an update on current issues and threats related to critical infrastructure protection and cyber security in the credit union industry. Tim will update the audience on the inter agency and intergovernmental activities that will affect the supervisory process as we progress into 2019.
While enterprise risk management is a buzzword with regulators and risk professionals, absent an effective roadmap and well-defined objectives the process is likely to fail to deliver results that drive true organizational value. Join me as we discuss ways to ensure your ERM program is set to succeed from the very beginning, including how to establish meaningful objectives, engage personnel across the organization and deliver value-added intelligence to all stakeholders.