The Credit Union League of Connecticut, working with the Association of Vermont Credit Unions and Cooperative Credit Union Association, has created a valuable new program for credit union members called CU Offers an app which brings opportunity for discounts and savings to members at thousands of locations nationwide.
NCUA issued a Letter to Credit Unions providing details on the agency's transition to modernized systems. This includes the implementation of emerging and secure technology that supports the NCUA’s examination, data collection, field of membership, and reporting efforts.
NCUA's Office of Minority and Women Inclusion will host a webinar on supplier diversity beginning at 2 p.m. ET on Tuesday, August 31. The 60-minute webinar will discuss why supplier diversity is important and how to implement a program.
CUNA Introduction to Compliance eSchool, to be held in three Wednesday sessions beginning Oct. 13, will provide information needed by people new to the world of credit union compliance. This program is the equivalent of a broad 101-level course in regulatory compliance.
Credit unions looking to begin serving small businesses will learn key considerations by attending the new CUNA Serving Small Businesses eSchool Wednesdays, Sept. 1 through 22. The sessions will help attendees evaluate portfolio size and complexity.
Credit union professionals in operations, member experience and technology can connect and grow with their peers by attending CUNA Operations & Member Experience Council and CUNA Technology Council Virtual Conference, Sept. 21-23.
Seventy-eight graduates of CUNA Management School, held July 12-21, 2021, earned their Certified Credit Union Executive designation, demonstrating the highest level of aptitude in credit union leadership. It is awarded after completing three years of executive education.
NWCUA collaborated with its members to advance priority legislation in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington with the passage of a series of significant bills beneficial to the region’s 175 credit unions and 8.1 million consumer members.
Collections and bankruptcy professionals will learn credit-union-specific strategies while connecting with well-known experts and peers at CUNA Collections & Bankruptcy Virtual School Sept. 14-16. The virtual school caters to every level of experience.