Registration is now open for this year’s CUNA Investment Certification Schools, designed to provide credit union financial leaders with the training necessary to craft efficient investment strategies. They will be held August 12-16 in Chicago.
The March 1 deadline is approaching to purchase tickets and sponsorships for the 31st annual National Credit Union Foundation Dinner Presenting the Herb Wegner Memorial Awards, which will take place March 11 in conjunction with CUNA GAC.
CUNA's 85th Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Monday, March 11 at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. It will be held in conjunction with the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference.
The keynote speakers for the 25th annual CUNA HR & Organizational Development Council have been announced. This year’s keynote addresses will be delivered by executive communication experts Rob Waldman and Kelly Decker.
Credit union leaders in all fields have a new opportunity to strengthen their coaching skills with the new CUNA Coaching Conversations eSchool, which leads attendees through weekly discussions to help facilitate productive conversations.
Jeff Olson, president/CEO of the Credit Union Association of the Dakotas, talked about the credit union difference and how it benefits consumers in an interview with Prairie Business Magazine published Monday.
Holly Hoffman will keynote this year’s CUNA Regulatory Compliance Certification School, sharing how compliance professionals can face their challenges. The school will be held March 31 to April 5 in Louisville, Ky. and Sept. 8 to 13 in Dallas.
Registration is now open for CUNA Frontline Compliance eSchool, designed to help member-facing staff to understand the most relevant regulations. It will be held monthly from April 9 to September 17, 11 a.m.-noon (CT).
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision Monday finalized amendments to the Basel III market risk framework which introduce a simplified approach supported by World Council of Credit Unions that will help limit regulatory burdens on credit unions.
Credit union board and committee members earned more than 400 certificates through CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program in 2018, setting themselves apart as more informed and involved assets to their credit unions.
CUNA has announced 6 new associate business members. These business advocates join in CUNA’s advocacy efforts to provide the best services for credit unions, push advocacy with stronger combined efforts and gain access to extensive opportunities,