One of the strengths of the CUNA Lending Council Conference is attendees’ commitment to sharing success stories and discussing challenges. That dynamic came into play during a two-hour Mortgage Roundtable session as well as at various breakout sessions.
The roundtable, moderated by Tracy Ashfield, president of Ashfield & Associates, featured input from several credit unions on how to structure mortgage lending officer staff, enhancing relationships with area real estate agents, and differentiating from non-bank competition.
Breakouts focused on a variety of issues, including credit card profitability, attracting millennial staff, and mortgage innovation.
Scroll through the photos below to explore Tuesday’s breakout sessions.
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