1. Benchmarking - Credit Union Risk Management Programs and Projects - Caribbean

This survey "benchmarks" or compares the Credit Union Risk Management programs, RM training, and RM methods used in the Caribbean credit union movement to generally accepted RM performance standards used in the International Credit Union Movement. Our goal is to measure the level of RM training, RM comprehension, and preparation that has been made in the Caribbean before the next natural disaster, terrorist attack, pandemic, or large scale community crisis occurs in this region of the world. Rich Woldt - CEO The Risk Management Center

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* 1. Survey results help identify, measure, and develop appropropriate risk controls for a region, zip/postal code, municipality, chapter, country, and international movement. Note, We use demographic questions only to develop risk specific recommendations at the regional level.

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* 9. (Check each that applies to your credit union) At least two or more of our credit union's management team have been training in the following Risk Management subjects:

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* 10. Please comment: What do you think the most important life threatening risk will be next year? Why do you feel this way? And, what do you suggest we do to manage this risk?

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* 11. What risks do you think will be most important to the world credit union movement in 2008 and beyond? Why do you feel this way?

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