The top 3 reasons to attend CUNA Lending Council Conference
Explore the latest developments in credit union lending while making meaningful new connections at this year’s CUNA Lending Council Conference.
From October 28-31, 2018, at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, CA, credit union lending professionals from across the country will gather for the annual CUNA Lending Council Conference.
Here are three reasons you should attend:
- Applicable, contemporary insights for your lending framework
The conference hosts a wide variety of hot topic sessions and workable strategies to apply to lending at your credit union. You will learn the latest in lending, where the credit union movement is headed and how you can set your credit union up for success.
- Networking opportunities
During every step of your career, it’s vital to have close connections to help you along the way. By meeting with your peers and learning from their experiences, you can build upon your own expertise. You’ll build new bonds and create trusting connections to call upon in challenging situations.
- Celebrate excellence at the CUNA Lending Awards
CUNA Lending Council will be hosting the annual CUNA Lending Council Awards, celebrating the best and brightest in credit union lending. You’ll discover how your peers have tackled some of the latest and most difficult problems, and return to your credit union with new strategies to handle them yourself.
These three reasons are just the tip of the iceberg, so don’t miss out. CUNA Lending Council Conference will be an incredibly beneficial experience; strengthening your careers, your credit unions and the credit union movement.
CUNA Lending Council Conference will be held October 28-31, 2018, in Anaheim, CA. To learn more and register, visit cunacouncils.org/lendingconference.
Authored by: Mike London, Mike is responsible for overseeing consumer, residential, commercial, and collection strategy and operations. Prior to his current role, Mike served as Delta Community Credit Union’s AVP of Consumer Credit Services where he oversaw the credit union’s consumer lending operations, credit product design
and development, credit risk management, product pricing, and portfolio management.
Mike earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Georgia State University’s Robinson
College of Business and will complete his Master of Business Administration in Management of
Technology at Georgia Tech in December of 2016. He is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and a Certified
Business Model Innovator.