Part 3 – ERM Strategy for Credit Unions (Podcast)

In the last instalment of the podcast series, “A 360 View of ERM,” Devon Lyon, Director of Education for NAFCU, asks expert presenter Bill Hord, Vice President of Enterprise Risk Management Services for Quantivate, tactical questions credit unions need to know in order to implement an ERM program structure strategically and successfully. 

Listen to the full podcast, Part 3 – ERM Strategy for Credit Unions, for an engaging and informative conversation about ERM strategy tailored specifically for credit union success.

If you missed the previous sessions you can listen to them here. Click here for Part 1 – Getting Down to the ERM Basics, or click here for Part 2  How to Create a Successful ERM Program.



Bill Hord headshot largeWilliam "Bill" Hord, Vice President of Enterprise Risk Management Services, Quantivate

William “Bill” Hord joined Quantivate as the VP of Enterprise Risk Management Services responsible for providing strategic consultation to credit unions seeking to enhance or create viable and sustainable enterprise risk management programs. Bill has over 25 years of experience in executive management within the financial services industry focused in risk management, financial software, lending and collections. 
He recently spent the last several years as the VP of Enterprise Risk Management helping to lead a Midwest credit union as their BSA Officer, Compliance Officer and Security Officer. While there, Bill was responsible for overseeing enterprise risk, business continuity, vendor management, compliance, fraud prevention, lending & new account quality assurance, BSA/AML, emergency response, physical security, bonding/insurance and audit management. 
Bill is a passionate and thoughtful presenter, engaging the audience for maximum immersion in a given topic. He has been a NAFCU Certified Compliance Officer (NCCO) since 2010 and the recipient of the Indiana Credit Union League's Emerging Leadership Award in 2011.

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