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Connecticut league meeting attracts 200 attendees
MERIDEN, Conn. (4/8/11)--The 2011 Annual Meeting of the Credit Union League of Connecticut Tuesday provided interactive activities for nearly 200 credit union attendees in Plantsville, Conn.
Click to view larger image Kelly Fuhlbrigge (left), Credit Union League of Connecticut vice president, Government Relations; and Tony Emerson, (right), league president/CEO; flank Connecticut Attorney General George Jepson following his address at the league’s annual meeting.
Click to view larger image Tony Emerson, (left), president/CEO of The Credit Union League of Connecticut, presents the 2011 Connecticut Credit Union Professional of the Year Award to Robert L. Aresti, president/CEO of 360 FCU, Windsor Locks, Conn. (Photos provided by The Credit Union League of Connecticut)
Credit union officials, staff, volunteers and guests participated in education sessions on compliance issues and the corporate system, a chapter officials organizational meeting, and interchange update and discussion, and heard guest speakers. They also visited with more than 40 exhibitors and industry service providers. Featured speakers included Connecticut Attorney General George Jepson, who spoke on the function of his office; Lt. Colonel John T. Wiltse of the Connecticut National Guard, who discussed current guard activity; Jay Friedland, compliance expert, president/CEO of M&M Consulting, and a league strategic partner, who reviewed current hot compliance issues; and Jay Murray, president of Mid-Atlantic Corporate CU, who provided an overview of the corporate credit union system. During the business meeting, the board of director’s governance committee presented results of the recent statewide affiliated credit union voting approving realignment of the league’s board from 12 directors and six alternates to six chapter directors and three at-large directors to streamline and enhance board effectiveness. Also, the 2011 Connecticut Credit Union Professional of the Year Award was presented to Robert L. Aresti, president/CEO of 360 FCU, Windsor Locks, in recognition of his contributions to his credit union, its membership, the community it serves, and the credit union movement in Connecticut as a whole.

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