eTrain: The Pros & Cons of Prepaid Cards
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Presented by Tony Kitt, Senior VP Strategic Innovation and Planning, California & Nevada Credit Union Leagues

If you and your credit union are thinking about offering prepaid reloadable debit cards, what benefits and drawbacks might you want to know before you decide?
Find out with Tony Kitt, Senior VP Strategic Innovation & Planning at the California & Nevada Credit Union Leagues. You’ll get valuable information about:

  • The appeal of prepaid cards
  • Why prepaid cards is the fastest growing payment mechanism worldwide
  • How to compare the costs and options that are right for your membership and your credit union
  • The tools necessary to build a prepaid offering strategy

Who should attend?
Credit union professionals with responsibility for determining their products and services, especially in these positions:

  • CEO
  • CFO
  • Operations
  • Lending
  • Card Services
  • Member Service

Meet the presenter, Anthony (Tony) T. Kitt, Senior Vice President, Strategic Innovation and Planning, California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues:
The California Credit Union League and the Nevada Credit Union League are the trade associations for credit unions in those states. They serve 343 credit unions in California and Nevada with more than 9.5 million members and more than $127 billion in assets.  Tony Kitt directs the Leagues’ strategic innovations and planning processes through oversight of existing business partnerships; new business initiatives; and internal-facing league support functions. Tony has overall responsibility to develop value and relevance of the Leagues to member credit unions through strategic innovation.   Through his leadership, his team anticipates near and long term financial institution challenges and finds solutions that position our member credit unions to expertly serve their members.

Mr. Kitt has an extensive background in financial management and payment activities.  In addition to his role at the League, he is a board member for Ensenta, Inc a payments technology company who provides a host of innovative payment services primarily to Credit Unions.   From 2003 – 2012, Tony was the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the $15 Billion Western Corporate Federal Credit Union (WesCorp).   Prior to joining WesCorp in 2003, Mr. Kitt served as an Air Force Officer, and in his last military assignment he served as the Chief Financial Officer for United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) and the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD).  In his 20 year career he held financial management staff and command positions at all levels in the Air Force.  He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel.

Mr. Kitt is a member of Credit Union Executive Society, The American Society of Military Comptrollers, The Air Force Association, and the Knights of Columbus.   He has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, from Northern Arizona University, and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.

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