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Special Guests, Keynote and General Session Presenters

Thursday, May 12
Michigan Credit Unions Proudly Welcome

Governor Rick Snyder

Plan to arrive by 9:00 a.m. to hear special guest Rick Snyder, Michigan's new governor, address the Michigan credit union community for the first time. Let's "pack the house" with a great turn-out and show how well represented Michigan credit union members are in the Great Lake State and at Positively Michigan!

Friday, May 13
Opening General Session Part 1
With Keynote Presentation by
Stephen Dubner

Co-Author of Freakonomic and Super Freakonomics

An award-winning author, journalist, and radio and TV personality, Stephen J. Dubner is the co-author of the international bestselling business books FREAKONOMICS and SUPERFREAKONOMICS.
Originally published in the U.S. in 2005, FREAKONOMICS instantly became a cultural phenomenon. Hailed by critics and readers alike, it went on to spend more than two years on The New York Times bestseller list, having sold more than 4 million copies around the world, in more than 35 languages. Dubner and his co-author, the University of Chicago economist Steven Levitt, have appeared widely on television and maintain the popular FREAKONOMICS blog, which can be found on The New York Times Website.

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Friday, May 13
Opening General Session Part 1
MCUL & Affiliates CEO
David Adams

Friday, May 13
Opening General Session Part 2
NCUA Chairman
Debbie Matz

Saturday, May 14
Saturday General Session
OFIR Representative

Saturday, May 14
Saturday General Session
The Durbin Amendment and Other Challenges Facing Credit Unions and Banks
Featuring Consultant/Analyst
Bert Ely

Discover how credit unions and banks are responding to the Durbin amendment on interchange fees and the possibility that Congress may change the terms of the Durbin amendment or delay its implementation. This session will address other regulatory and marketplace forces affecting credit unions and banks, including GSE reform, the start-up of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, regulations determining what is a qualified residential mortgage and the recovery of banks and credit unions from the recession. Be sure to bring your questions, which will be answered at the conclusion as time permits.