July 16, 2019

Mergers, internal fraud, more in upcoming NAFCU webinars

webinarNAFCU is offering five webinars in the next two weeks on key issues to help credit unions better prepare for challenges facing the industry. Of note, the association today has a webinar on how mergers can be part of a credit union's strategic plan.

The webinar is slated to begin at 2 p.m. Eastern and will detail merger procedures under the NCUA's revised voluntary merger rule, the pros and cons of mergers, and the perspectives of both the acquiring and merger credit unions during the process. Learn more and register here.

Here are other upcoming webinars:

Thursday, NAFCU is offering a free webinar to help those interested in becoming a NAFCU Certified Bank Secrecy Officer (NCBSO) prepare for the exam. Bank Secrecy Act compliance remains a top challenge for credit unions, and the NCBSO designation demonstrates to the NCUA and FinCEN a commitment to protect credit unions against money laundering threats. Learn more and register here.

Tuesday, July 23, credit unions can learn how to attract millennials to boards of directors. Having a diverse board brings value to the credit union and millennials can help expand a credit union's membership to younger generations. Learn more and register here.

Wednesday, July 24, an on-demand webinar focused on detecting and preventing internal fraud becomes available. The webinar will feature case studies of actual fraud committed at credit unions and the value of internal controls. Learn more and access the webinar here.

Tuesday, July 30, NAFCU's award-winning advocacy team will provide credit unions with a Washington update, featuring developments on key industry issues from Congress and federal regulators. This webinar is free for member credit unions. Learn more and register here.

For more information on other available webinars, visit NAFCU's Online Training Center. Webinars are available on-demand for a year after their original air date and participants have the opportunity to earn various education credits for attending NAFCU's webinars.