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  • Online registration is now open for the UP Compliance Update, being held June 22 at the Hampton Inn, Marquette/Waterfront. The session will feature Glory LeDu and Sarah Stevenson who will cover a "Regulatory Update," "How to Keep Up with the Pros," "White Paper: Internal Fraud," "Military Lending Act and Servicemembers’ Civil Relief Act Update" and "How to Train Board Members on BSA." Take this time to remain current with ever-changing regulatory topics to stay. Have specific questions? Bring them along for the Q&A time–a great added value. Registration is just $199 per person.
  • Free training at the AC&E! Credit union staff and volunteers may register for complimentary attendance to Leveraging the Credit Union Difference, taking place Saturday, June 10 during the MCUL/CUSG Annual Convention & Exposition, in Grand Rapids. Mark Lynch from the National CU Foundation will review why credit unions were first formed, help to explain why those circumstances still exist today and explore how credit unions can use the credit union difference to better serve existing members, attract new members and enhance their bottom line. The event takes place at the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel in the Pantlind Ballroom from 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Advanced registration is necessary, but there is no charge for the session. Write to to attend.
  • The Supervisory Committee Academy will be hosting a webinar on Strategies that Produce an Exceptional ROA on July 31; the event was previously scheduled for July 24. Industry consultant Brett Christensen will lead the training that will take place from 2–3 p.m. (ET). He will cover the most common reasons why a loan-to-share ratio is low, how to safely increase average loan yield, lending mistakes that result in high loan losses and how to increase direct loan volume. He will also emphasize the importance of moving to a sales culture and how to reduce the cost of producing loans, along with other expense reduction strategies. Registration is $249.
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