‘Be in a groove, not in a rut,’ innovator Lisa Bodell told GAC attendees Monday morning.
February 23, 2016
Monday’s Governmental Affairs Conference speakers addressed market disruption, innovation, regulations, and more.
Following are highlights from day two of the premier credit union conference.
CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle told attendees Monday that if CUs can be disruptors like Uber and Amazon, they can grab market share from the big banks.
Be in a groove, not in a rut, said innovation expert Lisa Bodell.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said he is familiar with CUs’ work and the value they provide to more than 100 million Americans.
NCUA’s top priority is making it easier for CUs to do business with members, said NCUA Chair Debbie Matz.
Ten top performing credit unions received CUNA's Membership Benefits Awards during Monday’s Opening General Session.
A focus group held by CUNA Mutual Group provided valuable insights into consumer trends.
Speakers at the National Federation of Community Development CUs’ fifth annual CDFI Roundtable addressed new opportunities and tools for serving low-income consumers. From left are the Federation’s Pablo DeFilippi, NCUA’s Bill Myers, and the Federation’s Terry Ratigan.
An inspirational start to Monday’s Opening General Session featured fife and drum performers, a parade of flags, and the Marine guard.
CU involvement is what sets CUNA apart from other CU organizations, outgoing CUNA Board Chairwoman Susan Streifel said Monday.
Opening ceremonies at the 2016 GAC included a parade of flags representing all 50 states.
The U.S. Joint Armed Forces Color Guard delivers the presentation of colors at the outset of Monday's general session.