Redefining the Role of the Supervisory Committee in the Digital Age Webinar
Supervisory committees were originally created in the 1930s, when information moved as fast as mail could deliver it. Telegraphs were still in use and telephones were a “newfangled” invention. Cross-country flights in slow, two-engine airliners were just beginning. Back then, cash counts were king! Unfortunately, too many supervisory committees are still affected by duties and functions that were defined in that long-ago time.
What should the credit union of the digital age be doing? Anyone can imagine that it is very, very different than what it used to be, and frankly very different than what many committees are still doing today.
On May 10, from 1:00–2:00 p.m. (ET), the Supervisory Committee Academy will offer the webinar, Redefining the Role of the Supervisory Committee in the Digital Age. The session is not about understanding cyber-security, but rather the training is about how a supervisory committee can effectively manage the audit function and monitor the credit union’s internal controls in a world where expertise and speed are more important than ever.
The discussion will include how the supervisory committee can successfully carry out its role, provide an essential service to the credit union and make a difference for the members in the digital world. Registration is $249.
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