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Fall CEO Roundtables offer valuable insights, networking for top execs

by Christine Henzig, Director of Communications Jul 16, 2018

Credit union presidents/CEOs can register for any of our fall roundtables, designed to address the key concerns of credit unions by asset size. They offer valuable networking and open discussion time to have your specific questions answered. Tell us in advance what you'd like added to the agenda! Choose from the Roundtables for:

Midsize Credit Union CEOs

August 30, Wilderness Hotel, Wisconsin Dells

Capture a rare opportunity to chat with the Credit Union National Association's President & CEO Jim Nussle and League President & CEO Brett Thompson about the trends affecting the credit union system, key advocacy outcomes, and an exciting opportunity we have to create awareness about credit unions. You'll also hear from Corporate Central Credit Union CEO Chris Felton about Corporate's family of CUSOs, strategic initiatives and innovations being explored and more. The afternoon is open discussion that can focus on your most pressing concerns. Come a day early to network and golf a championship course at the League Invitational. Register by July 30 and save $30!

Small Credit Union CEOs

October 17, Holiday Inn, Stevens Point (NEW date)

This Roundtable, geared for credit unions up to $50 million in assets, features an update from Kim Santos, Director of the Office of Credit Unions, and Greg Schwartz of CliftonLarsonAllen who will explain CECL - the compliance issues concerning loan loss accounting. Register now and reserve reduced lodging by September 11.

Large Credit Union CEOs

November 8-9, Kohler

This Roundtable, geared for credit unions over $150 million in assets, shares the latest What Matters Now® research from CUNA Mutual Group to inform your outreach to the multi-cultural consumer. We'll also talk about the prospects for secondary and supplemental capital. Check the registration page for details as they are added.


All three Roundtables include an update on The League's advocacy efforts - including our shared effort to build relationships with lawmakers ahead of the fall elections - and the prospects for the 2019-2020 legislative term.


Wisconsin credit unions come together as a single League to Unite for Good; we remove barriers, increase awareness and foster service excellence. All of these steps help more Americans to see credit unions as their best financial partner and regard their credit union as their primary financial institution. Read more articles in our Unite for Good series.