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Getting your Credit Union Organized for an Audit or Exam

By Brad Powell posted in CEO

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Preparing your credit union for an audit or exam, whether internal or external, is a time-consuming process. If your credit union is preparing for an audit, what will you need in order to ensure a smooth process?

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Managing Credit Union Risk Management

By Brad Powell posted in CEO

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One of the benefits of using Redboard is mitigated risk during internal and external audits. We’ll explore some of the ways that Redboard reduces risk for your credit union, and then we’ll discuss whether that risk reduction is right for you.

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How Redboard Chose Its Business Model - As Described on Inc.com

By Brad Powell posted in Redboard 101

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Please forgive the self-promotion, but I was thrilled to see Redboard featured Thursday in Ian Altman's Inc.com piece on choosing the right business model .
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Credit Unions and the Regulatory Burden: Disconnect, Pessimism and Risk

By Brad Powell posted in Resources, Industry News

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At your credit union, you know exactly how cumbersome regulations (and the examinations that come with them) can be.

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The Hidden Risks in Credit Union Regulatory Examinations — and How to Avoid Them

By Brad Powell posted in Redboard 101, Resources, CEO

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I recently was invited to give a talk at the Credit Union InfoSecurity Conference in San Diego. I shared five of the hidden traps for regulatory compliance and examinations for credit unions. What follows is the lightly-edited text of that presentation.

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Tips for Credit Union CEOs Preparing for a Regulatory Examination

By Brad Powell posted in Resources, CEO

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I recently found a helpful resource for CEOs whose credit unions are preparing for a regulatory examination. 

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How the NCUA AIRES Questionnaires Can Help Your Credit Union Prepare for Your Next Regulatory Examination

By Brad Powell posted in Resources, CEO, Compliance Officer

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For most credit unions we talk to, regulatory examinations are a bit like college finals week. They cause a lot of stress and, like a cram session, your team often ends up rushing to get the examiner everything they need at the last minute.

You could say there’s a reason regulators call them exams.

But the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) publishes detailed roadmaps to passing – the kind of study guides that only the most lenient professor would provide.

These guides are called the AIRES questionnaires. They’re easy to download and available to any credit union.

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One Simple Way Credit Union CEOs Can Decrease Regulatory Exam Response Risk

By Brad Powell posted in Resources, General Counsel, CEO

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Federal regulations have imposed a staggering burden on credit unions over the past seven years.

According to a study commissioned by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), credit unions’ regulatory costs have increased by $1.7 billion since 2010. In that span, CUs have seen a 91 percent increase in staff time spent on regulatory activities. That’s something that credit union CEOs are paying attention to.

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5 Strategies to Avoid Risk During Your Credit Union’s Next Regulatory Examination

By Brad Powell posted in Resources, Coordination, General Counsel, CEO, Compliance Officer

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Do you know of a credit union that looks forward to its next regulatory exam?

Examinations aren’t designed to be pleasant, even when you are doing everything right. When you miss a detail or provide conflicting information, that’s when authorities raise concerns. 

There are strategies to make the process less painful, while at the same time better protecting your organization from an examiner’s finding (or even worse, a DOR!) from NCUA. Other credit unions have found the following strategies valuable and worthwhile:

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Introducing Redboard …

By Brad Powell posted in Redboard 101

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Redboard began as our second-best idea to help credit unions.

Both ideas aimed to fill a need for credit unions. Our “best” idea seemed more glamorous. Describing it to colleagues who work for and with credit unions elicited oohs and ahhs. On a good day, I could imagine it changing the industry.

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