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The first session of the 2019 Credit Card Management Series provides information on the state of the current credit card market with a focus on issues critical to those competing with the largest issuers.
Join Callahan & Associates and Cassandra Stoddard, assistant vice president for enterprise analytics at Workers Credit Union, for an interactive discussion of how credit unions can use data to visualize a better tomorrow.
In this webinar, we outline the 6 most common mistakes to avoid when writing credit union policies and procedures and tips on how to fix them.
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Join the CreditUnions.com team for our Innovation Series, where four hand-picked lending solutions providers share their innovations with you.
This must-attend quarterly event for credit union leaders covers performance trends, industry success stories, and areas of opportunity.
Join Callahan & Associates and Pete VanGraafeiland, head of member services for Civic FCU, for an interactive discussion about how credit unions can create better digital experiences for their members.
Join the Credit Union Investment Strategy Group of Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. for the webinar, 2019 Strategies For Continued Rising Rates: The Importance of Adding Floating Rate Investments and Floating Rate Loan Participations.
Learn how one credit union is turning challenges into triumphs.
Join Sandy Cloutier, chief risk officer for Infinity Federal Credit Union for an interactive discussion of how other credit unions may want to re-assess their own risk levels and find new ways to serve more of their members.
The ability of credit unions to run successful, prudent card programs is becoming more challenging. The third session of the CCMS helps the movement cast its eyes forward to prepare for 2019.