The 1st of October 2013 was the commencement date for certain sections of the Credit Union and Co-operation with Overseas Regulators Act 2012 relating to Governance and prudential requirements for credit unions in Ireland.
These include a new governance framework introduced in Part IV of the 1997 Act.
The main-points of this Framework include;
Governance arrangements to ensure effective oversight of the credit union
That the Board remains responsible for the general control, direction & management of the credit union.
The separation of responsibilities for oversight and execution within the credit union.
A clear organisational structure that documents roles & responsibilities.
The framework also sets out the governance structure for the credit union including the functions & operation of the:
- Board of Directors
Board Oversight Committee
- Other Board Committees
The Act also requires the board of directors to appoint a compliance officer and a risk management officer to manage the compliance and Risk Management Function of the credit union.
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