DICO Webinars

 

2014 (no DICO Webinars in 2013)

Webinar Topics Description
Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP) for Large Credit Unions / DICO and guest speakers from the Stress Testing Working Group

This webinar is of importance for institutions with assets >$1B who are required to make an ICAAP submission to DICO 270 days after their 2013 fiscal year-end. An Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process helps institutions maintain capital levels that are commensurate with their overall risk profile.

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Director Training and Qualifications: Best Practices / DICO and Director Focus Group

This webinar reviews best practices for director training and qualifications with regards to competency validation, peer evaluation, board evaluation and training and development options. Representatives from the Director Focus Group share their experience on the topics listed above.

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2012

Webinar Topics Description
Results of Consultation Process on Proposed Revisions to the Differential Premium System / DICO

DICO has reviewed the comments received during the consultation period on the Differential Premium System. This webinar will review those comments and suggestions and outline the next steps.

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Tools for Director Training and Qualifications Standards: Board and Director Competency Requirements / DICO

This webinar reviews the three optional tools developed for credit unions to implement competency standards and pertinent policies, assessments and documentation on identification of existing director levels of competencies, desired levels of competencies.

  • Director Training and Qualifications Policy Development Guide
  • Director Candidate Information – Best Practices Guide
  • Director Self Assessment

Speakers: Richard Dale, Director, Regulatory Affairs, DICO and Vineet Bapat, Assistant Manager, Policy and Research, DICO

Panelists: Sheryl Wherry, Corporate Secretary, Meridian Credit Union, Kim Leak, CEO, Ontario Civil Service Credit Union, Madeleine Brillant, Vice-President Corporate Affairs, Alterna Savings and Credit Union

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Update on Director's Training and Qualifications:Board and Director Competency Requirements Webinar presented / DICO

This webinar reviews additional comments and suggestions submitted by stakeholders during the second consultation period for the draft proposals on Director Training and Qualifications and will include a review of:

  • Time frames
  • Competency Descriptions
  • Transitional arrangements
  • Training Equivalencies
  • Director Self-Assessment Tool

Slides

Revised Guidance Note: Director Training and Qualifications, Class 1 Credit Unions, Draft November 2011

Revised Guidance Note: Director Training and Qualifications, Class 2 Credit Unions, Draft November 2011

Application Guide: Director Competencies, Class 1 Credit Unions, Draft November 2011

Application Guide: Director Competencies, Class 2 Credit Unions, Draft November 2011

Article on Board Competencies, January 2012, ICD Director

 

2011

Webinar Topics Description
Director Training and Qualifications - Board and Director Competency Requirements / DICO

This webinar is designed to review the comments and suggestions submitted by credit unions during the consultation period for the draft Guidance Note on Director Training and Qualifications and will include a review of:

  • core competency requirements
  • time frames
  • transitional requirements
  • costs and availability of training programs
  • assessment criteria


Common Examination Findings for Commercial Credit / DICO

Common findings surrounding policy and practices based on examination results and suggestions to achieve an effective rating.

Deposit Insurance Fundamentals / DICO

Assists employees to understand key features of deposit insurance and provides examples of deposit insurance coverage.

  • Self-Test Questions
  • Self-Test Answers
  • Questions and Answers
 

2010

Webinar Topics Description
Role of the Audit Committee / DICO

Role and responsibilities of the Audit Committee under the new legislation.