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AGENDA | MONDAY, JUNE 24 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Breakout Sessions Strengthening Your Oversight of Internal Audit One of the toughest responsibilities of the Board or Supervisory Committee is directing and overseeing the activities of the internal audit function. Discover best practices to assert an appropriate level of oversight, expectation setting and input. Areas covered will include risk assessment creation, developing the annual internal audit plan, coordination with third-party vendors, evaluating the performance of internal auditors and programs, and a variety of other helpful tools to assist the Board and Committee with their responsibilities. lll Speakers Joseph Zito, CPA, MBA - Shareholder, Doeren Mayhew Kristie Kenney Hoover, CIA, NCCO - Internal Audit Manager, Doeren Mayhew Supervisory Committee and Board Fundamentals - Part 1 Taking a seat at the volunteer table means you’re responsible for a range of duties – understanding them is key to be successful in the role. Led by Doug Orth and Rafael Guijarro, this session, geared toward newbies or those needing a refresher course, will cover the unique facets of the credit union industry, basics of governance structures, your responsibilities and liabilities as a volunteer, and best practices to enhance committee effectiveness. lll Speakers Douglas Orth, CPA, CFE - Shareholder, Doeren Mayhew Rafael Guijarro, CPA, CITP, CISA - Audit Manager, Doeren Mayhew Setting the Stage for CECL Making its debut to your credit union’s allowance for loan and lease loss methods in 2022, CECL will require your credit union to set the stage long before its performance. You’ll need to get your credit union’s data collected and the right methodology in place to shine. This session will explore the data needed, the modeling options available and how they link together to help prepare for its implementation. Walk away well-rehearsed to add value to your credit union during the process and understand its impact on future financial statements and loan pricing. lll Speaker John Murnane, CPA - Shareholder, Doeren Mayhew 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lunch