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Disaster can come in many forms and sizes. Is your credit union prepared for all of them?
With massive tornado and hurricane destruction, furious wildfires, pandemic scares, and acts of violence that have occurred during the last few years, it’s time to reappraise our whole concept of disaster preparedness, recovery, and resumption of normal business and activities.
Join Steve Gibbs of Credit Union Resources as he offers disaster recovery perspectives, answers questions, and discusses business continuity issues you would face after these costly and devastating events.
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Meet the presenter, Steve Gibb:
Steve Gibbs organized and started Shared Compliance Resources (SCR) over four years ago to provide compliance consulting and support in the form of "rent-a-compliance office" format. He continues to manage the program as a division of Credit Union Resources, Inc. and the Texas Credit Union League.
With over 25 years in the financial industry, his career includes serving with the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas (Office of Thrift Supervision - "OTS"), and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). He achieved professional designations and received awards from OTS and FDIC and holds CUNA’s Credit Union Compliance Expert Designation (CUCE) as well as Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Specialist (BSACS) professional certification.
Prior to starting SCR, Steve served the Texas Credit Union League as Director of the Southwest CUNA Management School, Director of Information Central, and as Lobbyist/Legislative Analyst. He has presented to numerous groups including SWACHA, the Texas Credit Union Department, EPN (New York/Chicago), as well as leagues in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Kentucky, the Dakotas, Kansas, Nebraska and California, as well as writing articles for industry publications.
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