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This video highlights how three credit unions identified needs within their communities and stepped in with needed financial services. They took advantage of OSCUI's consulting services assistance and together maximized the benefit the credit union could provide to their members and the communities they serve.
This 3-module training will provide you information on the benefits of OSCUI's Consulting Services Program. Modules cover topics such as what services are available, who's eligible to enroll, and how you can apply. You'll also hear from credit unions who have participated in the program.
This 6-module training on Supervisory Committee Responsibilities includes a general overview which should be reviewed first. The other 5-modules can be viewed in any order. These videos will show you the roles you play as supervisory committee members and the responsibilities you'll engage in to meet those roles in your credit union.
This video showcases the programs of the Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives that assist small and low-income designated credit unions in meeting the evolving financial needs of their members and communities.
This video provides an overview of the Consulting Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives. Learn how the Economic Development Specialists can assist your credit union.
This webinar provides valuable information on several topics relating to field of membership including how to determine when an expansion makes sense strategically; advantages of each type of federal charter; and policy requirements for various expansion options. It also discusses where you can find additional information.
This webinar gives an overview of the changes NCUA made to streamline and improve the consistency of the examination report process. You'll also get a better understanding of the new procedures related to the Documents of Resolution and the examination report.
This webinar is a follow-up to the 01/23/2013 webinar, Strategic Uses of the Low-Income Designation. You'll hear from three credit unions that are at different stages of developing products and services to meet the needs of the underserved market.
This webinar discusses the importance of establishing an effective succession plan. Hear from a credit union manager who has completed the succession planning process for a number of scenarios including emergency CEO succession and the advancement or dismissal of key personnel.
This webinar provides real-world case studies that will explain how a well-trained, active supervisory committee and strong internal controls are effective means of deterring employee fraud.
Webinar provides an overview of risk-based lending and how it has become an important part of consumer lending. It also discusses how to develop lending programs depending on risk qualifications.
Part two of our two part series on Member Business Lending is where you'll hear NCUA staff discuss the most common member business lending errors that trigger DORs and how to avoid them. Learn, from a panel of experts, the right and wrong ways to maximize your business lending.
Part one of our two part series on Member Business Lending concentrates on Strategy and Policy. Hear the agency's requirements for a successful member business lending program.
This webinar discusses the rationale for designing and implementing a budget that captures the strategic mission of a credit union. It also outlines the process for creating a budget, gathering the required documentation and identifying other budget preparation issues.
Secondary Capital allows low income credit unions to temporarily boost their net worth ratio thereby allowing the credit union to take in more deposits and loans.
This webinar discusses how collaboration initiatives and strategies can be used to grow and develop your credit union. It also discussed resources available through OSCUI's grant programs.
This webinar includes discussions from marketing experts who outline various marketing strategies to help credit unions improve outreach to current membership as well as those that are eligible for credit union membership.
Office of Community Services – U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services (Co-sponsored with OSCUI). The purpose of the presentation was to introduce credit unions to Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) in general, and HHS’ IDA program, in particular.
Aspen Institute. The purpose of the presentation was to introduce and educate community/social service providers about credit unions. The social service providers work with low-income individuals who need access to financial products/services.
Have a suggestion for topics you'd like to see covered in our videos or webcasts? Email us at OSCUITraining@ncua.gov. For information about our other programs and services Contact Us.
And the Grant goes to...
We've posted our list of 2014 Grant Round 1 Awardees on our Grants Webpage. There you'll also find the 2014 Grant Round 1 Reimbursement Guidelines.
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