BOSTON — Attendees hear from the incoming NAFCU president/CEO, the CFPB's director and breakout session experts, along with networking and seeing the sights, on Thursday at the trade group's 46th Annual Conference at the Hynes Convention Center. Here are photos from the day's activities.
NAFCU’s 46th Annual Convention continued Thursday in Boston at the Hynes Convention Center. The event wraps up Friday.
NAFCU leaders past, present and future appeared together on stage to the delight of attendees, who gave them a standing ovation.
Pictured are, from left, incoming President/CEO Dan Berger, Fred Becker, who retires effective July 31, and former President/CEO Kenneth L. Robinson, who served 16 years at the helm of NAFCU, from 1984 until 2000.
Also at NAFCU Annual Conference:
- 4 Big Things from Confab
- Becker Calls it a Wrap
- Dollar Says Let Golden Goose Live
- Matz Reveals New Risk Rule
- Non-Interest Income Balance
- Berger Promises Training Boost
- CFPB is Good for You
- Beantown Vox Populi
- Wednesday in Pictures
- Non-QMs Offer Opportunity
- Managing Outsourced Collections
- Losing Money at Loan Closings
- New Officers for 2013-2014
Next: Interest in Non-Interest Income
Paul Muse, president/CEO of the $580 million 1st Advantage FCU, tells conference attendees how they can improve their non-interest income revenue. Joining Muse on the panel were PULSE President Dave Schneider (seated left) and The Filene Research Institute’s Brent Dixon (seated center).
Below, Filene Researcher Brent Dixon shares his insight regarding non-interest income opportunities for credit unions as payment systems change.
Next: Listen Up
Educational breakout sessions were well attended, with both executives and volunteers soaking up the information provided by speakers.
Next: Heading Down the Hallway
Conference attendees make their way to the Hynes Convention Center ballroom to hear CFPB Director Richard Cordray address the crowd.
Next: Cordray on CFPB
CFPB Director Richard Cordray encouraged his general session audience to make mortgage loans that don’t meet the CFPB’s Qualified Mortgage standards.
Next: Dan Berger Debuts
Dan Berger, who will take over as NAFCU president/CEO on Aug. 1, said during his first address as the group’s leader he will expand the trade’s educational services to members.
Next: Chairman Parsons
NAFCU Chairman Michael Parsons addresses the general session audience. Parsons is president/CEO of the $363 million First Source FCU of New Hartford, N.Y.
Next: Schwartz and her Mission
NAFCU Board Member Debra Schwartz introduces the organization’s 2013 award winners. Schwartz is president/CEO of the $2.4 billion Mission FCU of San Diego, which has just purchased the Autoland CUSO from the NCUA.
Next: Here for the View
NAFCU’s Annual Convention at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston is located in the historic Copley Square neighborhood of Boston. Shown here is the view from the convention center’s third floor.