New webinar scheduled — ins and outs of split-dollar: loan rate and product risks

Burns-Fazzi, Brock (BFB) announced today the newest webinar in its award-winning Executive Benefits Learning Series, “Ins and Outs of Split-Dollar: Loan Rate and Product Risks,” presented by Chris Burns-Fazzi.

“As Credit Unions look to recruit, reward, and retain their leadership in an increasingly competitive market, Split-Dollar plans emerge as an attractive executive benefit,” said Chris Burns-Fazzi, principal at BFB. “Split-Dollar plans have appealing tax advantages and, if properly structured and administered, can ultimately return all money spent, plus interest, back to your Credit Union.”

The Executive Benefits Learning Series was recently recognized with the 2014 NAFCU Innovation Award for helping credit unions understand effective methods for executive compensation and benefits to help recruit, reward, and retain their executive team. Complex topics in executive benefits and compensation are broken down into administration, servicing, regulatory compliance, tax, accounting, legal, and funding concepts allowing credit unions to increase their knowledge and gain free practical advice. The series consists of monthly, free live webinars which are recorded and archived for future reference. More information is available at

To register for the October 15 webinar, visit

About Burns-Fazzi, Brock and Associates
Burns-Fazzi, Brock and Associates is the pre-eminent provider of executive benefits and compensation consulting services to credit unions, dedicated to providing solutions for the retention, reward and recruitment of executive talent. BFB also provides top-quality client service through its proprietary administrative platform and thorough compliance assistance. Founded in 1995, BFB is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, with corporate offices located in California and Utah. BFB is also the National Association of Federal Credit Unions Preferred Partner for Executive Benefits and Compensation Consulting Services. More information is available at and

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