Credit Union Act 1997
F142 [ Strategic plan.
76A. — (1) The board of directors of a credit union shall cause to be prepared and shall adopt a plan (in this Act referred to as a ‘ strategic plan ’ ) which documents the strategy and objectives of the credit union (in this Act referred to as the ‘ strategic objectives ’ ) and indicates how those strategic objectives are to be achieved.
(2) A strategic plan shall include —
( a ) the objectives of the credit union ’ s activities for a specified period of at least 3 years,
( b ) the nature and scope of the activities to be undertaken,
( c ) the strategies and policies for achieving those objectives,
( d ) the targets and criteria for assessing the performance of the credit union,
( e ) the financial projections for the credit union for a specified period of at least 3 financial years from, and including, the current financial year together with the supporting financial analysis and assumptions made,
( f ) the funding strategy proposed to support the projected balance sheet structure, and
( g ) such other matters as may be prescribed by the Bank.
(3) A credit union shall maintain adequate resources, both financial and non-financial, in relation to the nature, scale, complexity and risk profile of the activities being undertaken or to be undertaken in accordance with the strategic plan. ]
Inserted (11.10.2013) by Credit Union and Co-operation with Overseas Regulators Act 2012 (40/2012), s. 26, S.I. No. 393 of 2013.