...because of operational challenges
The latest in a series about the value of League membership
League consultants were busy in 2013 offering support, ideas, knowledge, referrals and more to address a diverse array of complex issues affecting credit unions’ operations, service and financial performance. This past year we:
"All year I travel the state, visiting and
coaching credit unions on every type of concern that they face in daily
operations," said The League's Senior Consultant Bill Rockeman.
"Smaller credit unions in particular can feel overwhelmed at times, but they know I am just a phone call away," he said. "Whether a credit union needs ideas or feedback on exams, budgeting, planning, lending, governance or just about anything else, I strive to be credit unions' first call for help."
"When you've assisted as many credit unions as
The League has over decades, you amass a wealth of information and
insights we want every credit union to benefit from," Rockeman
"What The League learns from credit unions who
seek our help inevitably helps the next credit union, and so on. It's a
cycle of collaboration that has saved credit unions time, money and
needless risk by putting needed information and resources in their
Our entire article series about what we have accomplished together in 2013 as a united League is archived at www.theleague.coop/membershipmatters.
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