Convention Event Details

U.S. Economic Outlook & Its Impact on Credit Unions (repeated) (D4)

May 08, 01:15 PM   -­­  May 08, 02:15 PM

Breakout Session Description

The U.S. consumer appears to be getting tired; retail sales, auto sales and home sales are all declining. After six years of above trend loan growth, credit union lending is projected to slow over the next few years. Are these the early warning signs of a quickly approaching recession?

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how the global economy, the overall financial sector and the labor market will affect the U.S. economy, U.S. interest rates and ultimately credit union balance sheet and earnings performance.
  • Get an analysis on and establish standards against which your credit union’s own performance can be measured, identify trends of savings and loan activity and weigh the influence of future economic events on growth patterns out into 2023.


Steven Rick, Director & Chief Economist | CUNA Mutual Group

Who Should Attend

Executives, board members