Evan Shelan, CEO of eZforex, told his educational session audience that his foreign currency purchase and delivery service produces revenue for participating credit unions.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Two educational breakout sessions at NAFCU’s annual conference provided ideas to produce fee income that also increase membership value.

One session that focused on income opportunities in a post-Durbin amendment world was described by moderator Dave Frankil, president of NAFCU Services Corp., as “speed dating combined with business development.” The session maximized audience time by featuring seven speakers that gave six-minute presentations on how to  generate fee income.

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