Next Credit Union Collection Consortium Meeting is March 14
The Credit Union Collection Consortium meets next on Wednesday March 14 from 2–4 p.m. The meeting will be at Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union located at 4555 Investment Drive in Troy. The Consortium is pleased to present “Super Attorney” Karen Rowse-Oberle, of Butler Rowse-Oberle, PLLC., who will be discussing bankruptcy updates. We will then transition discussion into post-judgment collections with the up-and-coming star of the firm, Elizabeth Butler, along with the “retired” skip tracing analyst, Julie Hoff. Together they will review post judgment collection strategies. This is a great opportunity to stay current on two areas of great importance at no cost to your credit union. The meeting is open to anyone interested and no reservations are necessary. Call Julie with any questions at 586-777-0770, ext. 38.
Directors Explore Healthcare Compliance and Savings at Conference
Credit union directors, committee members and future volunteers will find information on a wide variety of topics and issues during the MCUL & Affiliates 2018 Spring Leadership Development Conference, held April 27-29 in Mount Pleasant.
Jim Fournier, executive vice president of compliance services for The Salus Group, will review changes to healthcare coverage and human resources compliance in his "Human Resources and Healthcare Compliance: An Ounce of Prevention Can Save Tons of Money" session so credit union leaders won't be caught off guard and can avoid monetary penalties for non-compliance.
The conference features the keynote presentation, "Everything I Needed to Know About Leadership I Learned in Marching Band," along with an agenda packed with insights and fun for participants. Guests are also welcome to join attendees at the event, register for meals and the "Whimsy Wood Sign Painting Workshop" or take part in the optional Saturday afternoon bingo activity.
Those interested in attending are encouraged to secure hotel accommodations by April 4. Rooms are held at a negotiated rate on a first-come basis at the Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort and at the family-friendly Soaring Eagle Waterpark.
AC&E Update: Over 500 Registered for Traverse City
Excitement is growing for the MCUL/CUSG 2018 Annual Convention & Exposition, June 6–9 in Traverse City.
Over 500 Michigan credit union professionals, plus guests and exhibitors, have secured their spot at the state's largest credit union gathering of the year..
Accommodations are sold out at the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa and those interested in staying at the host facility are encouraged to be added to this hotel's wait list. Accommodations are also sold out at the Turtle Creek Casino and Hotel, but those interested in staying at Turtle Creek are encouraged to contact the hotel periodically regarding availability. Plenty of additional rooms have been secured for attendees at negotiated rates at the Holiday Inn Express, Cambria Suites and the Comfort Inn, which are all less than seven miles away from the convention location.
Complete details about hotel accommodation options are available on the AC&E website and attendees are encouraged to secure a room, even if they are on a wait list.
Lending and Marketing Conference Quickly Approaching
Michigan credit union lending and marketing professionals have just over two weeks left until the MCUL & Affiliates 2018 Lending and Marketing Conference, March 20-21 at the Amway Grand Plaza in downtown Grand Rapids. The popular event is an ideal opportunity to meet like-minded industry professionals, share ideas and build a sphere of professional contacts. This year’s agenda offers more training options, new “Time to Tell” roundtables by topic/asset size and over a dozen industry experts. Individuals who have delayed signing up are encouraged to register and book accommodations soon.
Just Nine Spots Remain for New Leadership @ Eleven Executive Development Series
There are just nine remaining seats available for C-Suite executives, vice presidents and other top credit union management who are interested in MCUL & Affiliates’ new Leadership @ Eleven executive development series. The seven-month program is comprised of three main topics that include in-person meetings, an introductory webinar, assessments and multiple telephone and web-based coaching sessions. Participants will explore "Leading Yourself" in Ann Arbor on May 15, "Leading Others" in Lansing on Aug. 21 and "Leading the Organization" on Mackinac Island, Sept. 24-25. More details about enrollment is available on the Leadership @ Eleven website, where attendees are encouraged to enroll by March 22.Go to main navigation