Our speakers offer timely and valuable topics for your next function. Topics include:
Credit Union Profitability: Increase Your Net Worth
A dynamic introduction to the five components of credit union profitability, by one of the nation's greatest turnaround CEOs and the developer of the NCUA's online 5300 report. You'll learn how to develop strategies to grow your credit union while maintaining the safety and soundness that keeps regulators happy. Whether your credit union is struggling with profitability or poised to take the next step toward truly exceptional operations, this session is ideal for your board, CEO, CFO, COO, or VPs of Lending and Marketing. Take away: an analysis of your credit union will be provided, so you can apply the lessons learned to your own profitability.
Inventing Qualified Borrowers: Credit Union Philosophy Is Good Business
With the majority of credit unions experiencing loan growth near zero percent for the third straight year, how are a handful of credit unions maintaining a 100% loan-to-share ratio? You'll learn the answer in this informative session about inventing qualified borrowers. We'll use a case study of Hawaii First Federal Credit Union, whose loan growth hovers between 90% and 105%, while the state average is 50% and nearby credit unions have a ratio of 30%. Discover what they're doing differently, from the team that landed them over $1.8 million in grants over the last two years – CU Strategic Planning!
Small-Business Lending Feasibility: Why You Should Be Offering This High-Demand Product
The number of small businesses has grown at an unprecedented rate over the past few years, yet bank loans to small businesses have declined recently. We'll show you how to make the most out of this situation by improving your small business lending, which can also lead to landing business owners' personal deposits, consumer loans and real estate loans. Learn how to both strengthen your credit union and improve your community at the same time as you navigate the new small-business-lending landscape.
The Biggest Opportunity For Credit Unions: The Hispanic Market
The Hispanic population has accounted for about half of the growth in the U.S. population since 1990, and this community is both a young and underserved market. This session will review the products, services, policies and marketing strategies that your credit union can utilize to attract these valuable members. Take away: attendees will receive a condensed feasibility study that your board and management can use as a preliminary tool to plan further action.
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