Control Under the Big Top: Making Heads and Tails of Credit Union Volunteering
Chad Stanislav, VP, Financial & Technology Resources, Inc., Farmers Branch, Texas
Do you feel like you just joined the circus? Let’s make sense of the dog and pony show, liberty act, and the iron jaw. The ringmaster will assist in guiding you through basic duties, ratios, and how your Supervisory Committee is performing in your credit union. Bring December 31, 2012 financial statements and credit union ratios presented to the board to discuss for a more in-depth understanding of the credit union. Let’s make sense of your Circus, we call a credit union, all under the Big Top of the Volunteer Forum 2013 Pre-Conference Workshop.
About Chad Stanislav
Chad Stanislav graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University. Started with the Texas Credit Union Department, a regulatory agency for state-chartered credit unions and worked alongside NCUA examiners on joint exams. Upon his departure as a principal examiner in September 1993, he joined the Texas Credit Union League/Credit Union Resources as an audit field supervisor for the Financial and Technology Resources Department. Stanislav was promoted to vice president of the department in May 1996. The Financial and Technology Resources Department services have evolved to meet credit union needs. The department has grown to include supervisory committee annual reviews, internal audits, information system security reviews, vulnerability assessment testing, shared compliance assistance, risk assessments, ACH audits and BSA/CIP/OFAC compliance reviews.
He also served as a Supervisory Committee Chairman from 1996 - 2011 and the Chairman of the Board for a credit union from 2009 - 2011 while serving on the Board since 2000.