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Thursday, April 26, 2018
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03:30 PM - 04:30 PM ET
Online / Virtual Meeting
First Empire Securities
Credit unions are buying and selling loan participations at record levels as they manage liquidity, concentrations and loan growth. This webinar, which is being hosted by LPC Services, will explore some of the innovative ways and distinctive loan products that credit unions are taking advantage of to do this. Jeff Varner, a Managing Director at LPC Services since 2010, will share his insights on what your credit union needs to know and what can be accomplished by tapping into the participation market. He will be joined by former NCUA Principal Examiner Christopher Dahlgren, who will review regulatory guidelines that credit unions should be aware of. In helping credit unions enhance the performance of their loan portfolios, LPC Services provides a national marketplace where institutions can buy and sell loans in a wide range of asset sectors. Since the start of 2015, it has closed more than $3.6 billion in loan deals for depository institutions.
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