Liquidity Limits: How to Comply with NCUA’s new Liquidity Guidelines
Credit Unions, like all financial institutions, operate successfully because of the trust they receive from their members. Maintaining adequate liquidity is essential to maintaining that trust. NCUA recently provided new guidance on liquidity management. (Guidance Letter number) This webinar will discuss that guidance and provide insights for CUs to effectively comply and manage their liquidity to maintain member trust.
- Thorough review of regulatory environment and requirements
- What are the key components of liquidity?
- Balance sheet cushion
- Contingent liquidity
- Total liquidity
- How to quantify and monitor your balance sheet cushion
- Cutting edge strategies for simulating liquidity needs in changing operational environment
- Discuss accounting strategies related to IRR management
Who Should Attend:
- Lending Officers
- Compliance Officers
- ALCO Committee Members
- Certified Public Accountants (CPAs)
- Auditors or others working in accounting roles at the CU
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Accounting
LIVE DATE: November 14, 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
Risk-based Lending / Credit Migration / Pricing
Randy’s background includes more than 10 years in banking, 15 years in higher education and 4 years in state and national government. He has held various positions in his banking career including branch manager, senior commercial loan officer, and Division Vice President. During his banking tenure he created a cutting edge methodology for pricing commercial loans. His research and teaching focused on the development of effective behavior change models.
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