When: July 20-24
Where: Navy Pier, Chicago
The NAFCU sponsored conference will place heavy emphasis on both the problems and the opportunities that present themselves to American credit unions. In addition to an opening introduction by Chicago Bears coach and NFL Hall-of-Famer Mike Ditka, industry experts, such as NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz and Board Member Michael E. Fryzel, will give talks on topics like the use of social media, legislative and regulatory requirements that affect credit unions, and how to scout new lending options. This annual meeting of credit union leaders from around the country is an invaluable experience that will allow attendees to discuss the latest credit union services and product ideas with the innovators themselves.
Visit the Conference website at http://www.nafcu-annual.org/presenters.html to see who else will be presenting as well as to build your agenda and learn about special events taking place throughout the city.
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