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  • Due to demand for Getting Younger: Attract, Serve and Retain Millennials training, MCUL is offering the training on two dates — Monday, Oct. 23 and Tuesday, Oct. 24 — in Lansing. The workshop provides best practices about what credit unions across the country are successfully doing to implement a millennial strategy. The presentation will also focus on the financial case for serving millennials and will assist marketers in justifying the allocation of resources for reaching this integral market segment. CEOs and CFOs are encouraged to attend with their staffs and participants will receive information to take back to the office to share with executives. To register, contact Registration is just $599 for the first attendee and two or more from the same credit union are $450 each.
  • Plan now and register for the Oct. 31 webinar, Setting Up the Annual Supervisory Committee Plan. With so many responsibilities and the changing environment, it is important to effectively manage the Supervisory Committee’s annual plan to ensure that everything gets done! From discussing the NCUA responsibilities to managing the process, the training will help to establish an annual plan to meet goals and get things done! Being presented by the Supervisory Committee Academy, the one-hour session begins at 2 p.m. (ET) and is priced at $249, which includes the event archive.
  • CUNA will present a webinar on Corporate Account Takeover, on Oct. 19 from noon-1 p.m. (ET). The webinar will assist credit unions in detecting a corporate account takeover by assuring that policies and procedures are in place to protect members. Best practices will be shared for mitigating the threat of corporate account takeovers, as well as how to reduce that loss when identity theft occurs. Takeover schemes, strengths and weaknesses of prevention methods, detection tips and how to respond to a crisis event will all be covered. Registration is $219 for CUNA affiliated credit unions.
  • Indirect Lending: Minimizing Risk with Management Controls will be the topic of an Nov. 14 webinar being offered by the Supervisory Committee Academy (TM). Taking place at 2 p.m. (ET) the training will help supervisory committee members determine if their credit union’s management team has implemented adequate controls for monitoring an indirect lending program. Growing loan portfolios continue to be a major challenge for credit unions and finding ways to increase loan portfolios can also result in increased risk. For credit unions with an indirect loan program, the higher risks associated with indirect lending continue to present challenges that require more robust controls, monitoring and oversight than ever before. Registration is $249 which includes the live session and archive.
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