Webinar: Cracking the Code on
Risk-Based Examinations: 10 Techniques to Ace Your Next Exam
Thursday, December 5, 2013
Speaker: David Reed, JD,
Reed and Jolly, PLLC
About the Program
Your credit union should view a regulatory examination as an
opportunity to show off your operations, instead of treating it as an
enemy invasion. How much time and effort is diverted from member service
every time you prepare for an examination? Regulators are more risk
averse now than ever, and credit unions are feeling increased pressure.
While examiners are spending more time in your office, you are spending
more time away from your core mission. But with smart preparation, more
scrutiny doesn't have to mean more time spent on compliance.
Don’t forget that regulatory examinations are open book tests!
Regulators are not trying to surprise you and they provide plenty of
notice of their intended targets – if you know where to look. This
webinar will cut through the “regulatory speak” and show how
concentrated preparation around key regulatory and operational issues
can put examiners at ease and get you back to member service. This
session will review the current regulatory climate and core regulatory
concerns, as well as reveal the best practices for planning, preparing,
and engaging the examination team. Don’t be ill prepared for the
new realities of credit union examinations.
Understanding and presenting the credit union’s risk
Recent regulatory examination guidance
Examination trends and hot topics
Hidden secrets of the examination manual
Utilizing NCUA’s AIRES questionnaires
Best practices for preparing your key process stakeholders