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Michigan Credit Union League Home » Information Services » Publications » Contact » 2009 » 1st Quarter » 2009 Education Calendar  

April      
2 International ACH Transactions Webinar ACHTRANSWEB
8 Nine Reasons Why CUs Aren't Realizing Sales and Services Potential Audio Conference AUDIONINE
16 Be the Leader Your Followers Want You to Be Webinar 09LEADERWEB
29-30 MCUL Governmental Affairs Conference Radisson Hotel, Lansing 2009GAC
May      
1-3 Spring Leadership Development Conference Soaring Eagle, Mt. Pleasant 2009SLDC
5 Ten Cardinal Rules for Proper Repossession Webinar 09REPOWEB
7 Reg Z & HOEPA Update Webinar 09REGZWEB
13 Collector's Training School Radisson Hotel, Livonia 2009CTS
19 Red Flag Exam Preparation Workshop LAFCU, Lansing REDFLAGEXAM
21 Motivating and Managing the Teller Line Audio Conference AUDIOMOTIVE
28 Kid Stuff: Youth Accounts Audio Conference AUDIOKIDS
June      
3 Call Centers: Six Most Common Mistakes Audio Conference AUDIOCALL
9 Strategies for Fueling Growth Webinar 09STRATWEB
11 Robbery Prevention Audio Conference AUDIOROB

*Webcast/Audio Event Pricing (Webcast includes unlimited online connections and CD.)

Webcast Option (by CU Asset Size): $150 for CUs 20 Million and Under; $250 for CUs $20 - $50 Million; $350 for CUs Over $50 Million

Audito Only:  $99 per phone connection

**Onsite (Price ranges based on early registration dates.)

Program dates subject to change as necessary.  For complete information on these and other events, click here. Questions may also be addressed to educate@mcul.org or (800) 262-6285. Ext. 225.

2009 MCUL GAC: Vital Legislative and Regulatory Information

In order for the credit union community to achieve its goals in 2009, it must keep up-to-speed on new lawmakers and their priorities, as well as what can be expected for the financial services industry during this challenging economic time. The 2009 MCUL Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) will provide attendees with the information they need to remain knowledgeable on legislative and regulatory issues relating to credit unions and take part in effective grassroots lobbying.

The conference will be held just a few blocks from the Michigan Capitol Building in Lansing at the Radisson Hotel, April 29-30. The new MCUL headquarters is located in-between the two locations in Washington Square.

Regarding federal issues, the 2009 MCUL GAC agenda includes “An Analysis of the Obama Administration and 111th Congress” from John Mercurio, executive editor of The Hotline, a daily, online source on American politics in Washington. Also included is “The Economy and What It Means for Credit Unions” from Bill Hampel, CUNA chief economist.

Regarding state issues, Bill Ballenger, editor and publisher of Inside Michigan Politics, will present “The 95th Michigan Legislature…What Can We Expect?” The legislative leadership agenda for 2009 will be presented in a discussion moderated by Senior Capitol Correspondent Tim Skubick, with input from leaders of the State House and Senate.

A great deal of valuable regulatory information will also be presented. OFIR Commissioner Ken Ross and NCUA Region 1 Director Mark Treichel will be present for a Regulatory Roundtable.

The educational investment to attend is $149 per person for staff of credit unions with assets over $35 million, and $99 per person for staff of credit unions with assets of $35 million or less. Hotel rooms are being held for attendees at the Radisson Hotel Lansing. Participants are encouraged to reserve rooms on or before April 7. After this date, reservations will be accepted on a space and rate available basis. Visit the MCUL education homepage to register. 

 
   
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