CUES® recognizes 2016 Mergers & Acquisitions Institute graduates

MADISON, WI (July 19, 2016) — CUES is pleased to recognize a significant number of executives and directors who recently completed CUES’ Mergers & Acquisitions Institute.

Attendees of this graduate-level program learned directly from distinguished University of Chicago Booth School of Business faculty.

“Like our other institutes, CUES’ Mergers & Acquisitions Institute was tailor-made for the credit union industry,” said John Pembroke, CUES’ president/CEO. “Mergers and acquisitions are an important component of the growth strategies of many credit unions. The curriculum closely examines mergers, acquisitions, and alliances, and arms attendees with what they need to make good decisions for their credit union and their members. They also learn to successfully carry out the plan that works best for them.”

Topics covered at Mergers & Acquisitions Institute include: how to grow an organization by analyzing strategic alternatives to mergers and acquisitions; developing evaluation strategies for buy versus build; estimating the real cost of a merger or acquisition; and implementing a strategy for integration and restructuring.

The next CUES’ Mergers & Acquisitions Institute will be June 26-29, 2017. To learn more, visit; or contact Teresa Brogan, CUES’ executive education specialist, at 800.252.2664 or 608.271.2664, ext. 331; or emailing

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