NYSCUL Aims to Get Small- to Mid-Size CUs on the Fast Track
LATHAM, N.Y.-Issues and challenges facing credit unions with less than $50 million in assets will be the topic of a special full-day program for CEOs and managers to be sponsored by the New York State Credit Union League (NYSCUL). The CEO/Manager Roundtable marks the first time that the New York League has geared an event especially for credit unions in this asset class. The program will be held Oct. 27, 2005, in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. "Small- to mid-size credit unions are facing many challenges," said NYSCUL CEO/President William J. Mellin. "This meeting will present a unique occasion to discuss key issues and important opportunities vital for the CEOs of this segment of the credit union community to lead their institutions into the future." Bob Hoel, executive director of the Filene Research Institute, will present the keynote address at the meeting. He also will lead an open discussion on unique challenges to small- and mid-sized credit unions, as well as practical solutions. In planning the day's program, NYSCUL worked with a steering committee of CEOs and managers from similarly sized credit unions to best get a sense of topics of interest. For more information about the program, contact the NYSCUL at (800) 342-9835.