AC&E to Feature Three Cannabis Sessions for Credit Unions; Accommodations Held Until May 11
Credit unions seeking to provide services to marijuana-related businesses (MRB) will want to attend this year's MCUL/CUSG Annual Convention & Exposition for the latest banking updates, including insights from credit unions outside of Michigan that have MRB banking experience.
Taking place June 6–9 at the Grand Traverse Resort & Spa, Friday’s agenda features three cannabis topic sessions — with two that have been just added to the lineup.
"Cannabis Banking: What’s the Big Deal?" is now being offered as a Lunch & Learn session and will be facilitated by Sundie Seefried, CEO of Partner Colorado Credit Union. Attendees who are currently registered for a different Lunch & Learn session can simply log in to their event registration to select this hot topic session. (Lunch is ticketed for $32; meal purchase is not required to attend.)
Also new to the agenda is the session, "Cannabis Banking: Boots on the Ground Perspective" with Rachel Pross, chief risk officer of Maps Credit Union. Cannabis topic training wraps up with Elizabeth Khalil and Lance Boldrey of Dykema law firm discussing, "Marihuana Businesses: What Credit Unions Need to Know." Both of these sessions do not need to be pre-selected at the time of registration.
Not yet registered to attend the AC&E? No problem. One-, two- and full-day conference registration options are still available and limited rooms are being held for attendees until May 11 at the nearby Turtle Creek Casino Hotel, which offers a complimentary shuttle service to the conference. Learn more about the event, registration options and hotel accommodations, including other nearby hotel choices here.
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