ACUIA Webinar - Credit Risk During a Transitioning Pandemic Period

Virtual

ACUIA Webinar - Wednesday November 17th 12:00pm ET

Credit Unions have encountered many headwinds over the pandemic, and are looking to learn from the past to position their lending portfolios for the future.  This webinar will examine some of the lessons learned and offer guidance for navigating the credit risk road ahead.

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ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

Erica Crain is a manager at CLA specializing in credit risk management services to financial institutions consisting of outsourced loan reviews and other consulting services.  She has vast experience working with financial institutions ranging from small community banks to multi-state financial institutions after numerous years as a commissioned FDIC risk management examiner. In this capacity, she evaluated overall bank operations, credit risk and the lending function, regulatory compliance program, led fraud investigations, performed management assessments, pursued enforcement actions, and performed audits with third party vendors. She also served as an instructor for new examiners at FDIC Headquarters in Washington, DC.

Dean Rohne has more than 25 years of experience providing audit, internal audit, and consulting services to credit union and credit union related organizations. He has provided consulting services in the areas of business lending, bond claim preparation, product costing and profitability, and asset/liability management. He also has experience related to credit union 990 tax issues as well as unrelated business income tax issues. Dean has also worked as an internal auditor at IBM Mid America Employees Federal Credit Union.
Dean has worked with a number of large credit unions on strategic issues such as board governance and enterprise risk management, as well as the role of internal audit and risk management, regulatory issues, and many accounting related topics.

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2021-11-17T00:00:00
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