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DALLAS – A “bonus” panel discussion has been added to the agenda of Southwest Corporate Federal Credit Union’s 2002 Economic Forum set for, November 5-6 at the Westin Park Central here. From 10-11a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 5, four panelists will guide a forum on the economic impact of credit union relationships with small business, including member business lending. Panelists are: David Dodge, SVP of Lending at Teachers CU, South Bend, Indiana, a $1+ billion CU with a portfolio of more than 330 MBLs totaling nearly $60 million; Hal Coffman, CEO at Gulf Employees CU, Groves, Texas, one of the few Texas CUs granted SBA approval; Curby Stech, CEO at Members Trust of the SW FCU, Houston, a seasoned agricultural lender now broadening the MBL mix; and Steve Marcum, SVP of Lending at U.S. New Mexico CU, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Marcum has 20 years of commercial lending expertise. “I like to call this interactive economics,” said Southwest Corporate’s Terry Young. “Credit unions will be able to ask questions and find out more about opportunities and problems with small business relationships.” Southwest Corporate’s 25th Annual Economic Forum also will feature six economists’ perspectives on regional and national economic conditions, a product expo and an Investment Services Seminar for Southwest Corporate FCU clients.

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