As CFO, you are obligated to act reasonably, prudently and in the best interest of your organization, to avoid negligence and fraud, as well as to eschew any conflicts of interest. A breach of any of those responsibilities can potentially expose you to personal liability for any damages incurred. What’s more, the breaches of fiduciary duty that do occur among association investment committees are born out of inexperience rather than ill intent. With the right combination of coaching and resources, you and your investment committee can serve your fiduciary duty both honorably and successfully. Start with these five helpful steps.