Management is responsible for identifying, monitoring, measuring and controlling (i.e., managing) the risks faced by the credit union. Their ability to manage these risks determine whether the credit union can correctly diagnose and respond to financial stress. Examiners should not assess management solely on the credit union’s current financial condition, nor should the management rating be only an average of the other component ratings.
Submitted by sevans on Mon, 02/09/2015 - 3:41pm
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