WASHINGTON (4/16/14)--The Consumer Federation of America's National Savings Forum will feature credit union representatives on its panel discussions.
The forum, set for May 21 in Washington, D.C., includes updates from the America Saves program.
Bill Myers, director of the Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives at the National Credit Union Administration, will moderate the session on business models for the low- to moderate-income market. Credit unions will be represented by:
Gigi Hyland, director of the National Credit Union Foundation, will moderate the panel on how public policy fosters savings from youth to retirement.
The National Savings Forum is presented by the Consumer Federation of America, Aspen Institute, Initiative on Financial Security, Credit Union National Association, Investment Company Institute, National Credit Union Foundation and the Pew Charitable Trusts.