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The League’s 2009 Year in Review: Part 3 of 4

The League’s in-person, telephone and Internet programs helped to better equip front line staff, board members and management to fulfill their roles. In 2009 we:


  • Involved more than 3,500 credit union employees in free online investment training as part of our RP3 (Real Progress and Pathways to Prosperity) program, whose aim is to grow employees’ and members’ wealth as well as achieve greater bottom-line results for credit unions through greater referrals to investment resources.

  • Offered more than 94 training programs to almost 1,700 participants.


  • Offered free convention registration for up to four individuals per credit union and educated more than 1,100 convention attendees on a wide range of topics.


  • Provided timely webinars on the latest regulatory changes. Our expanded compliance webinar series explained a landslide of new regulations. New webinars for directors also helped credit unions expand volunteer training while managing costs.

  • Facilitated roundtable discussions for credit unions for networking and idea sharing. Sessions were offered by asset size as well as area of expertise – marketing, information technology and human resources.

Watch for part four in our next newsletter that will outline how The League’s consulting services offered support, ideas, knowledge, referrals and more to address a diverse array of complex issues affecting credit unions’ operations, service and financial performance.


In case you missed them, here are Part 1 and Part 2 of the series.

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