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Compliance

Register for The League's remaining fall Roundtables


Some of the most useful information is gleaned from casual conversation with peers. That's why The League's annual Roundtables, which offer the latest knowledge from top presenters and a chance to talk with peers about practical issues, are some of our best-attended events.

 

Don't miss the: 

 

  • Collections Roundtable (and Bankruptcy $eminar)—Oct. 22-23, Wisconsin Dells. A packed-agenda targets the key issues you must address to aid your recovery efforts. You can register for either event separately or save by attending both.

 

  • Asset-size Roundtables. Held throughout the fall, these Roundtables help CEOs explore and address issues that are unique to their credit union's current stage of growth. The discussions provide a unique learning experience based on the questions and information shared by those in attendance. Mark your calendars now for the:

 

  • Small Credit Union CEO Roundtable—Oct. 8, Wisconsin Dells. Thanks to sponsorship by CUNA Mutual Group and The League Services Corp., the cost is just $25. Register now! CUNA Mutual Group’s Roger Nettie showcases the losses credit unions are experiencing in online account takeovers, ACH transactions, remote/mobile deposit capture and wire transfers, and controls aimed at preventing them. Your input determines the afternoon discussion, so submit your topics in advance to Linda Hale

 

  • Large Credit Union CEO Roundtable—Nov. 6-7, Kohler. Learn the current regulatory and economic issues impacting strategy development. We'll also explore the impact of deposit management on liquidity risk and interest rate risk management and how to develop a mindset for loan pricing and product strategy. If you're looking for ways to reduce rising interest rate exposure with little, if any, impact on earnings, don't miss this event! Joe Kennerson, Manager of Client Services for Darling Consulting Group, shares his insights helping financial institutions with interest rate risk, liquidity risk management, ALM modeling, regulatory compliance and more. Open discussion will focus on exams, risk-based lending, state issues and the newly forming Business Lending Council for Wisconsin credit unions. Submit any topics you'd like addressed to Jennifer Esser.

 

Questions with registration? Contact Judy Phillips at (262) 408-6020.


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