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Staying Relevant in the Lending Marketplace
Many credit unions have once again become savings institutions. Some are seeing loan portfolios stagnate while deposits keep flowing in, sometimes at breakneck speed. At the same time, many borrowers have seen their income stagnate as well or they’ve seen their credit scores decline, reducing their traditional creditworthiness. Credit union staff members have been so busy taking deposits, collecting loans, handling back office duties, and meeting regulatory requirements that they may have taken their eye off the ball.
Credit unions have been the traditional place where the common person can get a fair deal. During poor economic times, credit unions have been a place for borrowers to turn to get help. That’s why credit unions were created in the first place. How can we get back to that state of mind where “we are here to help people and make loans!”
This session will discuss the mind-set and practices needed to become a “Credit” union once again and make lending your key reason for existence. We will look at concepts, steps and products that can get you back in the game when it comes to lending. Maybe you can make a difference…to your members, to your Field of Membership, and to your Community when they all need you the most.
Who should attend?
- Board of Directors
- Loan Officers & Underwriters
Meet the presenter, Tim Harrington:
Tim Harrington is a CPA who uses his knowledge, wit, and unpretentious delivery to make training interesting and informative. He has provided training for hundreds of credit unions and tens of thousands of their staff and volunteers nationwide. He has spoken for all the national credit union organizations and NCUA, as well as for credit union leagues in forty-eight states. In addition, Tim is on the faculty of the CUNA CU Finance for Volunteers School, CUNA Management School and the CUNA Volunteer Certification School.
Since 1996, Tim has been President of T.E.A.M. Resources, providing consulting, strategic planning, and training to large and small credit unions from coast-to-coast. Tim was formerly the Chairman of the Board of a $150 million credit union in Tucson, Arizona, and, prior to that, a Partner with the nation's 3rd largest auditor of credit unions.
$195 for League Members
|You must be a member of your state league to attend this presentation.