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Vancouver is a dynamic city with plenty for NAFCU attendees to do throughout their stay. From the night life of Robson Street to the natural beauty of Stanley Park, there is no shortage of leisure activities to choose from. For readers of Credit Union Times, there is no shortage of news stories, features, and special pictorials to choose from either. This special 144-page NAFCU issue is an all-time record in number of pages for Credit Union Times. Finding what you want, might not be easy, so we offer the following glossary. Enjoy! * Very Opinionated . See opinion pieces from NAFCU President/CEO Fred Becker, NCUA Board member Debbie Matz and John Zasada from RSM McGladrey on pages 16-18. (There are also some interesting letters to the editor peppered on these pages.) * Rising Rates, TIPs and ODs. What effect will rate changes have on credit union card programs? How are CUs with TIP charters fairing? Are credit unions up to the challenge of change that overdrafts may bring? Read about all of this on pages 19, 20 and 22 respectively. * Meet Vancouver . Find out all there is to do in this dynamic Canadian city. Page 24. * Political Power.. Banks may be fiercely attacking credit unions these days, but credit unions have a big shield so to speak – lots of political support. See what political players and lawmakers have come out in favor of credit unions either through the Credit Union Regulatory Improvements Act or vocal support of the tax exemption. Is your state represented? Find out on pages 28-30 and 42-43. * Big CUs on Campus . Credit unions have a lot to think about when designing an on-campus facility. Page 44. * NAFCU’s Officers In Focus . Credit Union Times features all four of NAFCU’s Board officers on pages 58-59. * ATMs of the Future.With so many new ways to pay bills and access cash, what is the future of the ATM? Page 60-61 * Beyond the Job. Credit union leaders have interesting lives outside the office. From bodybuilding to “clowning” around, see all that they do. Pages 70-71. * “O Canada!” . Learn about the credit union system in Canada on pages 88-91 and 94. * Reaching the Young.Marketing to the youth segment will be important to credit union growth. Page 100. * An Annual Tradition . Many CU organizations view the annual report as their showcase marketing piece. Page 116 shows there are many ways to approach this annual tradition. * Inside NCUA.The federal CU regulator’s headquarters has been through a lot of technological changes. Page 108. * The Sales Team . Learn about the people that make up Credit Union Times’ advertising sales team. Pages 114-115. * Tech-Know How.Get a dose of technology on pages 66-67 and 124-125. * We Feature People . No big issue would be complete without features on the men and women who impact the credit union industry. The spotlight is on the following: Kathleen Blanco.Louisiana’s first ever woman governor is also a credit union board member. Page 26. Lorena Matthews.The NCUA’s last deputy administrator before the three-person board format took over. Page 32. Greg Moore.Georgia Central CU’s CEO hopes to take corporate cooperation to a new level. Page 48. Eileen Rivera.See how this CEO helped FAA First FCU pave the way for the TIP charter. Page 68. Ron Keeler.The former Lockheed FCU CEO and NAFCU chairman now splits his time between Las Vegas and Hawaii. Page 76. Former NCUA Board members. See what former NCUA Board members Elizabeth Burkhart, Roger Jepson, Dave Chatfield, Ed Callahan, Geoff Bacino and Dennis Dollar are up to. Page 84. Deb Mathern.The Fargo Public Schools FCU CEO is making a run at Lieutenant Governor in North Dakota. Page 80. Jean Yokum.Langley FCU CEO Jean Yokum went from teller at what was then a $53 million CU to corner office in what is now a $1 billion-plus CU. Page 104. Frank DeMita . After 50 years volunteering with credit unions, Frank DeMita is calling it quits. Page 112.

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