CU Times Publishes Tom Glatt, Jr.’s Governance Opinion

Glatt Consulting’s Tom Glatt, Jr. authored a CU Times opinion article titled Fooling The Board: The Embezzlement Bonanza. The article appears on the Credit Union Times’ website, and explores how poor governance contributed, in part, to fraud and failure.  Continue reading “CU Times Publishes Tom Glatt, Jr.’s Governance Opinion”

Glatt Consulting’s Tom Glatt Quoted in CU Times Board Governance Article

Credit union strategy consultant Tom Glatt, Jr. was quoted in an August 22, 2012 article by Credit Union Times’ Correspondent-at-Large Robert McGarvey. The article, headlined “Board’s Role Is Up For Debate,” focuses on the challenge credit unions face in delineating board vs. management responsibilities.

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CU Times Publishes Tom Glatt, Jr.’s Governance Opinion

Glatt Consulting’s Tom Glatt, Jr. authored a CU Times opinion article titled Why Your Board Doesn’t Need to Look Just Like Your Members. The article appears on the Credit Union Times’ website, and explores demographic representation on credit union boards.  Continue reading “CU Times Publishes Tom Glatt, Jr.’s Governance Opinion”

Credit Union Board Succession: A Process Guide

A board, as a governing body, has certain responsibilities defined by laws, industry rules and regulations, and general policy. Board members are assessed and held accountable via elections and regulatory oversight for their performance in relation to these responsibilities, which commonly include:(1) Continue reading “Credit Union Board Succession: A Process Guide”