What is the purpose of a Supervisory Committee?
The Supervisory Committee is appointed by the Board to:
Act as the “watchdog” of the credit union to protect and safeguard member assets Ensure that records are maintained properly, honestly and accurately
Make sure that policies are established according to law and carried out faithfully Check to see that proper internal controls are in place Ensure that members receive the best possible service.
- Environmental Engineer, 1997-present
- Quality Lab, 1985-1997
- Technical Service Engineer/Group Leader
- BS - North Carolina State University
Westvaco, MeadWestvaco, KapStone
- Accounting Manager/Supervisor
- Retired after 40 years
- BS & MBA - Charleston Southern University
Employer: AI Group, SC
- BA - College of Charleston
Dr. Richard Gough
Technical College of the Lowcountry (TCL), President
- Bluffton Public Development Corporation Board, Director
- Beaufort County Economic Development Commission, Director
- United States Marine Corps, Colonel (Retired), 25 years
- Doctor of Education - East Carolina University
- MA Human Resources Management - Pepperdine University
- MS Finance and Systems Analysis - Naval Postgraduate School
- BA Social Science - Michigan State University
Andrew Bowden, Jr.
SCANA Corporation, IT Director
- Cybersecurity IT Infrastructure & Compliance Manufacturing, Marketing Analysis
- BS Mathematics, Statistics - Wake Forest University
- MS Statistics - University of South Carolina
Our Supervisory Committee is responsible for the oversight and determining if our credit union’s financial condition is fairly presented and our internal practices and procedures are adequate to safeguard our members assets. Should you have a concern, you may contact CPM’s Supervisory committee if you:
Suspect any employee of CPM Federal Credit Union or official of fraudulent or unethical conduct. Reports may be made anonymously. All reviews and investigations will be conducted with a degree of confidentiality that may be applicable given the circumstances of each investigation. Please include as much applicable information as possible. Reports should include:
- Name(s) of employee(s)
- Nature of the suspected conduct
- Where/how the action occurred
- How and when the conduct was discovered
Have any unresolved concerns about CPM or your accounts. Reports should be limited to matters the credit union has been unable to resolve through normal channels to your satisfaction. Reports should include:
- Your name
- Applicable account numbers
- Detailed description of the activity of concern including dates, amounts, and types of transactions
- Clear explanation of why you have concerns about the activity
- Efforts you have made to resolve your concerns prior to the request
Please send your email to email@example.com.
This method should NOT be used for general inquiries or service complaints.
Reports can be mailed to:
CPM Federal Credit Union
1066 E. Montague Ave.
N. Charleston, SC 29405