The Curchin Group’s Managing Partner Speaks at Credit Union MeetingsSeptember 3, 2014

RED BANK, N.J. (July 22, 2014) – Robert C. Fouratt, CPA, managing partner of The Curchin Group, LLC, a mid-sized, full-service accounting firm based in Red Bank, N.J., participated in two speaking engagements for credit union professionals last month.

Fouratt, who leads Curchin’s credit union practice, spoke on “Financial Statements & Key Ratios: A Practical Course for Committees,” at the National Association of Credit Union Supervisory & Auditing Committees (NACUSAC) annual conference held at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. His presentation provided tips on reading and analyzing credit union financial statements. He also led a roundtable discussion on “How to Survive Your NCUA Examination,” for the CFO Council sponsored by Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union. The event, which provided guidance on preparing for the National Credit Union Administration’s examination of individual credit unions, was held at Aspire Federal Credit Union in Clark, N.J.

Fouratt provides auditing, accounting and consulting to over 35 federally and state chartered credit unions. In addition to his extensive public accounting experience, he also has expertise working with not-for-profit organizations and closely held small to mid-size businesses.

A member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants, Fouratt frequently writes and speaks on credit union governance, regulations, best practices and related matters.

Since 1955, The Curchin Group, LLC, a certified public accounting firm based in Red Bank, N.J., has been providing in-depth accounting, advisory, valuation, and tax expertise to small and mid-sized businesses, family enterprises, credit unions, homeowners associations, construction companies, professional service firms, and non-profits. The firm is dedicated to sustaining long-term client relationships and to making a difference through local volunteer projects and community service.

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