How to Effectively Use Dashboards in ALCO Work
Credit unions generate huge amounts of data. A key to effective management is identifying the most important data, monitoring it, and using it in making management decisions. Some credit unions have found the use of dashboards to be highly effective in managing the data. This webinar will discuss, what dashboard are, what types of data they can address, and which types of analyses are most effective for ALCO. The webinar will use case studies and samples to present this information.
- Thorough review of regulatory environment and requirements
- Multiple examples of effective benchmarking tools
- Discussion of analytics that are most effective in dashboards
- How to engage ALCO members in a discussion on the data analytics
- Discuss accounting strategies related to the ALCO process
Who Should Attend:
- ALCO members
- Board Members
- CEO/CFO of small to mid sized CUs under $100 million
- Mid Management
- Internal Auditors/Accountants working various levels at the CU
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Finance
LIVE DATE: June 6, 2017 | 1:00pm MST
Prerequisites: Minimum 6 months of ALCO/accounting experience in the credit union.
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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About the Presenter
Bruce has over 30 years of hands on accounting, budgeting and process implementation. He worked for 14 years at Uncle Credit Union, the first seven as Data Processing and Accounting Manager and the last seven as Vice President of Accounting. Uncle Credit Union grew from $12 Million to $180 Million in assets during Bruce’s tenure and he helped implement many of the products and services offered such as ACH/BillPay, FedWire, VISA Debit & Credit Cards and Risk Based Lending.