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Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Series
Part 1:  Introduction to Enterprise Risk Management

Are you or your credit union just getting started planning your enterprise risk management (ERM)? Then this first program in the three-part ERM webinar series was designed just for you. Basic risk management issues to be discussed include:

  • An overview of  Enterprise Risk Management
  • The benefits of Enterprise Risk Management
  • Who participates in Enterprise Risk Management

Who should attend?
Credit union management and staff that determine or influence risk management policy, especially in these positions:

  • CEO
  • CFO
  • COO
  • Risk Management
  • Operations

Meet the presenter, Jack Greenberg:
Jack Greenberg, CPA, Director, Business Risk Services has extensive internal auditing experience dating back over 30 years. Prior to joining Clifton Gunderson, he served as vice president and director of internal audit and management services for The Rouse Company, a large real estate development and property management company as well as a mortgage banking/fleet leasing company. In 2007 Jack was named a “SmartCPA” by Baltimore SmartCEO Magazine.

   
Registration Investment: $195 for League Member
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Webinar to participate in: eTrain: Enterprise Risk Management, Part 1: Introduction to Enterprise Risk Management
 
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