Network and learn at the League's fall
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:
Roundtable - Sept. 10,
Pewaukee. This session offers
unparallelled opportunity to network, exchange ideas and learn the
latest regulation changes. Attendees will hear from the
Office of Credit Unions about the IT issues related to compliance and
state exams including vendor management, business continuity and risk
management for wire transfers. League Legal Counsel Paul Guttormsson
will engage participants in the top compliance issues credit unions
grapple with and preview requirements that lie ahead. League Director of
Legal Affairs John Engel will provide an overview of compliance issues
for ARM lending and a walk-through of The League's sample forms. Register today!
Innovators In Outreach Roundtable - Sept.
18, Appleton. Managers, marketers and business development pros
will want to attend this unique Roundtable to discover best practices
for outreach and member engagement. You'll find concrete ways to
leverage untapped markets, attract young borrowers and use shared
resources in ways competitors can't to shore up weaknesses, earn income
and more. The Rountable features nationally acclaimed credit union
leaders Mark Lynch of the National Credit Union Foundation and former
CUNA Chair Harriet May, whose leadership in outreach to underserved
communities offers a playbook for credit unions. The deadline for
the earlybird registration rate of just $99 (and the
discounted sleeping room rate) has been extended through Sept.
4. Register today!
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: