Rating Examiners for a Stronger Cooperative System
While private businesses have incorporated user reviews to improve satisfaction, but few such examples exist between governor and governed. Chip Filson argues why credit unions needs a way to review examiners to improve the system.
Tips for Managing Your Next CUSO Examination
CUSO examinations, while less frequent than credit union examinations, are no less stressful or thorough. Patrick Sickels advises on how best to prepare yourself and your staff ahead of time for an audit to make sure you pass with flying colors.
Internal Controls: A Trusted System Tops a Trusted Employee
How are some individuals able to conceal millions of dollars in fraudulent activity at their credit unions? Keri Lillie explains how trusting employees can be riskier than trusting the system you’ve built around them.
Suspicious Activity and Fraud: Warning Signs to Watch Out For
Credit unions need to cover a lot of ground when it comes to compliance and regulations. Thankfully, Marvin Johnson has some advice on where you should be focusing your time and efforts.
Using Audits as Assets
Audits don’t have to be scary, nor do they have to be without rewards. Chief Financial Officer Bob Frizzle shows you how to get the most out of your audits and turn the inconvenience into an asset.