Regulatory changes continue in lending, compliance, and credit union oversight. Professionals and volunteers are heading back to the classroom, and these CUNA schools offer innovative approaches to handling new regulations.
Consumer & Residential Mortgage Lending School
Today’s credit union lenders can’t specialize in just one sector of the lending market. It takes extensive lending knowledge to address the wide-ranging concerns of members.
At the Consumer & Residential Mortgage Lending School, April 2-5 in Orlando, Fla., you’ll find the resources you need to become a well-rounded lending professional, as you:
With breakout sessions, workshops, and keynote presentations covering multiple topic areas, attendees will leave with the knowledge needed to face the challenges of credit union lending.
Regulatory Compliance School
CUNA’s Regulatory Compliance School offers attendees the information they need for a comprehensive understanding of the current regulatory environment.
In 2012, two compliance sessions—April 22-27 in Orlando, Fla., and Sept. 16-21 in Anaheim, Calif.—will address the major regulations affecting credit unions.
Professionals of all backgrounds and skill levels will benefit from annual regulatory updates, general overviews, and advanced sessions.
CUNA Volunteer Institute
Serving as a credit union board member or volunteer is no small commitment. Today’s volunteers are the thought leaders of their credit unions, and they’re expected to perform effectively at a wide range of tasks.
New NCUA requirements and widespread economic uncertainty also demand greater accountability from top executives and greater responsibility from volunteers.
Spanning four productive days in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, the CUNA Volunteer Institute, May 6-9, will provide the insights and skills board members and other volunteers need.
Hear from credit union experts on the following topics:
Visit training.cuna.org/cvi for more information.
Also Ahead in 2012
The CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC), March 18-22, is the key leadership conference to attend for political impact, credit union networking, and industry issues.
Keynote speakers include:
American Idol winner Taylor Hicks will launch the event at an opening concert Sunday night.
Visit gac.cuna.org to register and get more information.
National CU Youth Week
During National Credit Union Youth Week™, April 22-28, credit unions will help youth set goals to become super savers.
Resources to guide your planning:
Save 10% with early bird purchases when you order by March 9.
Visit cuna.org/youthweek to learn more.