Early Bird deadline approaching for World Credit Union Conference
Attendees from over 40 countries already registered
MADISON, WI (April 26, 2018) — Time is running out to take advantage of early bird registration savings for World Council of Credit Unions’ 2018 World Credit Union Conference in Singapore, 15–18 July. The registration fee will increase US$200 per attendee after 11 May.
Conference attendees will have the opportunity to connect with peers from around the world and to hear from leading business minds. Keynote speakers include: Chris Skinner, fintech expert and best selling author, Shivvy Jervis, award-winning futurist and Ron Kaufman, a global thought leader on customer service.
Attendees can choose from over 25 different breakout sessions, lunch and learn workshops and sessions presented by local fintech experts. World Council of Credit Unions is now also accredited to offer up to eight Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credits by attending the 2018 event.
Our guest program offers the ideal opportunity for companions to explore Singapore and also attend conference social functions and keynote sessions. Attendees who register a companion for the guest program by 11 May, receive a complimentary ticket to the URA Gallery and Botanic Gardens Tour and save US$25 on registration. Additional sightseeing tours such as, All About Singapore, Gardens By the Bay and more are available for attendees and guests to enjoy before, during and after the conference.
Register on or before 11 May to take advantage of discounted registration fees.
Visit www.wcuc.org for more information about the conference and to register for the event.
About World Council of Credit Unions
World Council of Credit Unions is the global trade association and development platform for credit unions. World Council promotes the sustainable development of credit unions and other financial cooperatives around the world to empower people through access to high quality and affordable financial services. World Council advocates on behalf of the global credit union system before international organizations and works with national governments to improve legislation and regulation. Its technical assistance programs introduce new tools and technologies to strengthen credit unions' financial performance and increase their outreach.
World Council has implemented 300+ technical assistance programs in 90 countries. Worldwide, 87,914 credit unions in 118 countries serve 393 million people. Learn more about World Council's impact around the world at www.woccu.org.