MADISON, Wis. – CUES' School of Business Lending will hold its first weeklong segment of a two-week course Oct. 21-25, 2002 and Jan. 6-10, 2003 at Stanford FCU in Palo Alto, Calif. The second segment is scheduled for Nov. 18-22, 2002 and Jan. 13-17, 2003 at Fairwinds CU, Orlando, Fla. The initiative is being offered in partnership with Counter Intelligence Associates and St. George Integrated Financial Solutions. The curriculum for the business lending training program, says CUES, is designed to give credit unions consulting and educational tools necessary to set up and integrate business lending in to their strategic plan. Among the topics the program will cover are mastering small business strategies, member business lending regulations, evaluating business performance, and evaluating, structuring and pricing business credit. Participants will also have the option of participating in an Honors Program by electing to research, prepare and submit an original thesis on topics related to how credit unions are evolving to meet the needs of small businesses.

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