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  • Any Michigan credit union employee or volunteer is eligible for complimentary admission to "Leveraging the Credit Union Difference," taking place Saturday, June 10 during the MCUL/CUSG 2017 Annual Convention & Exposition in Grand Rapids. The session will explore the important role “the credit union difference” can have on the success of credit unions, and how this can be frequently overlooked. Mark Lynch, senior program manager at the National Credit Union Foundation will lead the session that will talk about the importance of retaining this strong business model and how vital it is for credit unions to find the right balance between their social and business missions. The training will review why credit unions were first formed, and help attendees understand why those circumstances still exist today, along with ways to use the credit union difference to better serve existing members, attract new members and enhance their bottom line. The session takes place from 10:30 am-12:30 pm; registration is necessary.
  • Certified Credit Union Financial Counselors (CCUFCs) who are looking to recertify in 2017 should plan now to register for CUNA's Certified Financial Counselors Update eSchool. CUNA member credit unions may register for $695 for the three-part training. Class 1 is April 26 on What Does Financial Therapy Have To Do With It?; Class 2 is April 27 on Making Personal Finance Personal and Class 3 is May 3 on CCUFC Recertification Review. Non CUNA members may register for $1,390.
  • The Supervisory Committee Academy will present a webinar on Supervisory Committee Lender Liability & Risks in Lending Today on April 19 at 2 p.m. (ET). The session will help provide insights and clarifications into the risks in lending that will help credit unions monitor the safety and soundness of their organizations and ensure adequate due diligence is performed on the loan program. Registration is $249.


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