Small Credit Union Roundtable


  • Saturday, April 13, 2019
    8:30 AM  -  9:00 AM
    Registration + Networking + Breakfast
    Registration Check-In
    Attendees must check-in and receive registration materials. Once checked in, feel free to network with other attendees and enjoy breakfast provided by the Association.
    9:00 AM  -  10:00 AM
    Future Information Management
    Training Room

    What will be covered during this session:

    • Current trends in document management
    • Benefits of having efficient document management
    • Maintaining compliance – HIPAA, disaster recovery, etc.
    • Pitfalls of legacy solutions
    • Cost-effective solutions Implementing enhanced document management of existing documents with ease
    10:00 AM  -  11:00 AM
    CECL: Methods and Models
    Training Room

    What will be covered during this session:

    • Understand how to aggregate data and why it is so important
    • Understand minimum data set elements
    • Understand why different models may be necessary and how data can affect you models
    • Understand why volatility will not be part of your calculations
    11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Veribus (Small Asset) Task Force Launch/Group Discussion
    Training Room

    The Viribus Task Force – a working group for Affiliates with $50 M or less in assets.  (Viribus means strength in Latin)


    Mission:  To provide member credit unions $50 MM or less with a grass roots framework to collaborate on issues unique to them.  This group, which represents approximately half of the Association’s membership, consists of 48 credit unions with a total combined assets of $658 MM and 85,465 members.  The Small Asset Task Force will be a proactive, project-oriented working group that will address multiple challenges simultaneously with the overarching goal of seeking to help its members remain relevant and grow. 


    Structure:  The Task Force will be led by a Steering Committee of 5 people.  Every effort will be made to include members from all four Chapters.  Jeff Goff has volunteered to be the Committee Chair and will help recruit the other  members.  The committee may select members to head up special projects (For example, CECL, CDFI, Secondary Capital, etc.). The Association has established a separate group in the Facebook Workplace application for the group to collaborate in real time.   


    Purpose/Action Items:

    • Provide an ongoing feedback loop to the Association regarding education, and advocacy and services
    • Share pertinent information, experiences and materials among the group
    • Assist the Credit Union Services Corporation with evaluating existing and potential strategic partners
    • Maintain a portal of relevant documents which can serve a resource library
    • Encourage collaboration amongst the participating credit unions