FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Madison, Wis. (April 9, 2015) – This fall, credit union collectors will learn to tackle a variety of collections issues and how to effectively manage bankruptcy cases at CUNA Collections & Bankruptcy School in Seattle, September 28-October 1, 2015.
“Since beginning my credit union career, I have attended six CUNA Collections & Bankruptcy Schools” says Betty Figall, vice president of Member Solutions at Member One Credit Union. “The speakers are always knowledgeable and very passionate about the topics they cover. Each year I come away refreshed and have a new perspective on better ways to perform my job. This is a wonderful resource in itself.”
Sessions are led by attorneys and collectors who will address delinquency, bankruptcy laws and collection department management. Attendees also have the opportunity to attend a best practices roundtable to discuss how real credit unions handle delinquency and bankruptcy scenarios.
Session highlights include:
Additionally, attendees will have the opportunity to come early for the Real Estate Collections pre-conference workshop.
Learn more and register for CUNA Collections & Bankruptcy School at training.cuna.org/cbs.
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