August 4, 2013
- August 7, 2013
EST / 8:00am
$495 per attendee / $195 per guest City: Destin, FL Location: Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa
>Contact: Becki Payne, Association Services Support Specialist >Phone: 866.231.0545 Ext. 2129 >Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Whether you are a new Supervisory Committee or Board Member; or you are a ‘seasoned’ volunteer; attendance at this group-live event will most definitely enrich your contributions to your credit union. We’ll have a full agenda of the latest information and updates regarding credit union auditing, compliance, and fraud. With a wide variety of speakers and topics, you’ll better your knowledge to help keep your credit union secure and strong. Although designed with Supervisory Committee Members and Board Members in mind, this conference is also a perfect fit for credit union mangers and compliance officers. Some knowledge of the credit union industry is assumed and no pre-requisites are required.
Pre-conference workshop participants can earn up to 2 CPE credits in Specialized Knowledge and Applications. Conference participants can earn up to 14 CPE credits in Behavioral Ethics and Specialized Knowledge and Applications.
Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa
4000 Sandestin Boulevard South
Destin, FL 32550 www.sandestinbeachhilton.com
Group Rate: $209 per night - Room Rate Code: LSC Room Rate Cutoff: Friday, July 12, 2013
Sunday, August 4, 2013
2:30pm - 3:00pm
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Pre-Conference Workshops Registration
Pre-Conference Workshops Additional fee $75 per person
Directors Institute A: V410 Credit Union Examinations - instructed by Melissa Hamner, CUCE, BSACS, Senior Auditor, LEVERAGE, The LSCU Service Corporation Your credit union undergoes regular or special reviews called examinations conducted by your credit union’s regulator and insurer. The purpose of examinations is to assess the safety and soundness of credit unions and to determine compliance with applicable laws and regulations. In this course you’ll learn about the officials’ involvement before, during, and after an examination; the CAMEL system used to evaluate your credit union; and the examination process.
Directors Institute B: V304 The Supervisory Committee’s Role in Finding Fraud – instructed by David LeNoir, Member Relations Specialist, LSCU The supervisory committee is the watchdog of the credit union, keeping an eye on areas of potential risk. Committee members must stay on the cutting edge of industry trends to spot fraud and potential fraud. This course goes beyond the basic duties to reveal potential areas of concern such as cash, loans, credit cards, share draft accounts, dormant accounts, general ledger accounts, repossessed collateral, investments, and the internet. Learn what your role as a supervisory committee member is and how to work effectively with credit union management.
3:30pm - 6:00pm 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Welcome Reception Join us for beverages & appetizers and say hello to your fellow conference participants.
Monday, August 5, 2013
7:30am - 3:30pm
7:30am - 8:30am 8:30am - 10:00am
Breakfast for Attendees and Registered Guests Opening General Session
The Culture of Ethics – presented by Barry Thompson, CRCM, Managing Partner, Thompson Consulting Group, LLC Whether it is written as a formal document or merely assumed to exist as a collection of shared values, all organizations have a “Code of Ethics”. But decisions that involve ethics that seem so obvious to one person may befuddle another, especially when observed behavior of the leadership isn’t always perceived as matching the lofty standards of the “Code”. So how do you ensure that your Code of Ethics means the same thing to everyone in your financial institution both in definition and in importance? Do we all really agree on what is “right” and what is “wrong”? How do you train people in the skill of Ethics? Barry Thompson will show you how it ultimately becomes a matter of organizational culture. He will also provide you with practical training techniques you can use to help ensure that your credit union consistently behaves in accordance with ethical standards.
10:30am - 12:00pm
A. Bank Secrecy Act Training for Volunteers – instructed by April Ales, Member Relations Specialist, LSCU This session will provide the REQUIRED training set forth by NCUA, for Supervisory Committee members as well as other credit union volunteers. Regulatory requirements, compliance challenges and operational issues with the Bank Secrecy Act will be covered in detail. BSA has become a real hot-button issue with regulators, and this session will ensure that attendees are up-to-date on what the credit union has to do to comply. Excellent choice for all credit union volunteers! Attendees participating in this session will receive a certificate of attendance.
B. Elder Fraud – instructed by Barry Thompson, CRCM, Managing Partner, Thompson Consulting Group, LLC As the baby boomer generation ages “Elder Fraud,” will be the biggest growing segment for crime in our country! The criminals will target highly educated people for the greater riches they provide. Often they have worked in occupations that have placed them in close contact with senior citizens. They know exactly how to manipulate the elderly and don’t care anything about the victims. Many of those who become victims will not admit to it or be unwilling to prosecute the criminals. The reason is simple they don’t want anyone to know that they were deceived. We will review how the attacks work as well as how to get the unfortunate help! This information packed session will give you a whole new perspective on elder fraud.
12:00pm - 1:00pm 1:05pm - 2:00pm
Group Luncheon for Attendees and Registered Guests Best Practices Rountable Discussions
A. SAS Roundtable (50M and Under) – facilitated by April Ales, Member Relations Specialist, LSCU B. Mid-size Roundtable (50M to 100M) – facilitated by David LeNoir, Member Relations Specialist, LSCU C. Large-size Roundtable (100M and Over) – facilitated by Laura Vann, VP, Cooperative Initiatives, LSCU
2:00pm - 3:30pm
NCUA Update Hear from NCUA Supervising Examiners on critical issues and problems credit unions need to improve on.
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
7:30am - 8:30am 8:30am - 10:00am
Breakfast for Attendees and Registered Guests General Session
The Economy – presented by Roger Tutterow, Ph.D., Professor of Economics, Mercer University Dr. Tutterow will provide a timely overview of the current national and regional economic environment. Topics include patterns of economic growth, the role of energy prices in consumer price inflation, the outlook for monetary and fiscal policy and recent trends in the values of real and financial assets including the current correction in the residential real estate market, valuation levels of commercial real estate, shifts in real estate financing and the implications of recent shifts in the political climate in Washington. The implications of the macroeconomy and financial service industry will also be considered.
10:15am - 11:45am
A. Supervisory Committee 101: Part 1 – instructed by Laura Vann, VP, Cooperative Initiatives, LSCU & David LeNoir, Member Relations Specialist, LSCU This session is designed to acquaint the Supervisory Committee volunteers with the basic functions and responsibilities of the job. It will provide an excellent overview of who should be on the committee, what the job entails and when action is called for. This will be a perfect session for new volunteers, as well as seasoned committee members that want to renew their knowledge about the nature and functions of the Supervisory Committee.
B. Effectively Building Credit Union Audits – presented by Melissa Hamner, CUCE, BSACS, Senior Auditor, LEVERAGE, The LSCU Service Corporation You’ve counted the cash, reviewed some loan files and performed the member account verification. All important and productive tasks that benefit your credit union, but should you be doing more? This session will provide guidance on how to build your credit union audit programs to be most effective.
11:45am - 12:45pm 1:00pm - 2:15pm
Group Luncheon for Attendees and Registered Guests Breakout Sessions
A. Supervisory Committee 101: Part 2 - instructed by Laura Vann, VP, Cooperative Initiatives, LSCU & David LeNoir, Member Relations Specialist, LSCU We will dig deeper than the Basic session, revealing exactly why the Supervisory Committee is essential to the safety and soundness of the credit union. Information will be presented regarding just how to best carry out the duties of the position, as well as how to deal with regulators, auditors, the Board of Directors and Management. This is the “nuts and bolts” of your activities on the Supervisory Committee. This is an excellent session for existing committee members and essential for new ones.
B. Focus On Fraud – instructed by Jack Knight, Barfield Murphy Shank & Smith, LLC
2:25pm - 3:30pm
The Value of Advocacy in the Credit Union Movement – presented by Jared Ross, VP, Governmental Affairs, LSCU
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
7:30am - 8:30am 8:30am - 10:00am
Breakfast for Attendees and Regitered Guests Closing General Session
Do You Sizzle or Fizzle? A Recipe for Leadership Country Style - presented by Dr. Dale Henry, President & Founder, Your Best Unlimited, Inc. Many believe the road to success belongs to the individual that can make the bottom line boom. This is simply not true. Growing organizations realize that to get to the top floor of success requires you to take the stairs. The future belongs to the listeners, the communicators, and those passionate and dedicated leaders who not only have an enormous amount of energy, but who can energize those around them.
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