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SECU hosts Chinese banking delegation
RALEIGH, N.C. (11/26/08)--A Chinese banking delegation from Shijizahuang City Commercial Bank met with State Employees CU (SECU) in Raleigh, N.C., Nov. 19. The delegation learned about credit unions and how not-for-profit cooperatives in the U.S. operate. The delegation comprised 10 department and branch managers, and an executive leader. Delegates toured a SECU branch and saw technology demonstrations. They also met with SECU Senior Executive Vice President Bobby Hall and board chairman Shirley Bell.
A Chinese banking delegation from Shijizahuang City Commercial Bank met with State Employees CU (SECU) in Raleigh, N.C., Nov. 19. At center is Bobby Hall, SECU executive senior vice president. The delegation was hosted by a global training initiative at North Carolina State University. (Photo provided by State Employees CU)
The visit was “an opportunity to share the credit union message with an international audience,” Bell said. “Our bank shares very similar goals with SECU,” added Junlong Sheng, Commercial Bank board chairman. “We are very impressed with the management and state-of-the-art technologies that are used in SECU and its network. What we need to learn from SECU is how to improve the quality of our loans, especially personal loans, through risk management, services, innovative technologies and more personal management style.” The delegation was hosted by North Carolina State University’s Global Training Initiative. SECU has $16.4 billion in assets.


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