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Meeting Requirements for Capital Adequacy & Contingency Focus of April 2 Webinar

by Ken Anderson | Mar 19, 2013
Online registration is available for the Texas Credit Union League's (TCUL) April webinars. The first available webinar in April is "Meeting the Requirements for Capital Adequacy & Contingency." Gary Young will present the April 2 webinar.

Online registration is available for the Texas Credit Union League’s (TCUL) April webinars.  The first available webinar in April is “Meeting the Requirements for Capital Adequacy & Contingency.”  Gary Young will present the April 2 webinar.

Capital adequacy requirements are changing. There is new regulatory emphasis on the responsibility of the board and senior management to determine capital adequacy based on the specific risk to the credit union. This is increasingly requested in examinations and credit unions have received positive comments if a capital stress test has been conducted prior to any potential request.

After the capital is stressed, the credit union should prepare a capital contingency plan to consider options for improving capital if the stress event occurs. It is always better to consider these options prior to the event (proactive) as opposed to after the event (reactive). This webinar will discuss an easy-to-follow methodology for completing the stress test, components of a capital contingency plan, and options for raising capital.

For more information, including online registration for the April 2 webinar, please click here.

Webinars are live, interactive, and internet-accessed training programs – ideal for credit union staff who can’t travel to an off-site educational event. The April webinar schedule is as follows:



Frontline Excellence Series: The Key to Cross Selling & Member Retention

Tim Tivis


Escrow Rule Changes for High-Priced Mortgages: Deadline June 1, 2013, Including January 2014 HOEPA Rules

Ann Brode


Mandatory Compliance Series: Compliance Rules the Frontline Must Know

Ann Brode


ACH Rules Update 2013

Shelly Simpson


Consumer Debt Resolution Series: Maximizing Recoveries on Charged-Off Loans

David Reed


UCC Article 9 Default Provisions: What Secured Creditors Need to Know

Elizabeth Fast


Duties of the Board Secretary: Fundamentals, Best Practices & E-Package Delivery

Ann Brode


SBA Lending Update 2013: Trends, Regulations & a Look at SOP 50 10

Kimberly Rayer & Janet Dery


Opening Personal Accounts: Membership, Ownership & Access

Mary Lou Heighes


Credit unions can also take advantage of the few remaining webinars in March:



Head Teller Development: Managing Dual Control & Cash Limits

Ann Brode


Director Series: Enterprise Risk Management for Credit Unions: A Primer

Patrick Kennedy & William "Dub" Sutherland


Opening Minor Accounts: Ownership, Access & Multi-Party

Mary Lou Heighes


For more information on TCUL’s webinars, please visit If you have any questions, please contact TCUL Training & Events, at (469) 385-6630 or (800) 442-5762, ext. 6630.

Educational grants are available through the Texas Credit Union Foundation (TCUF). To learn more, please visit