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7 12 New Things on Boards Radar--July 28 webinar
MADISON, Wis. (7/21/10)--The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) is offering a free webinar July 28 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. CT on volunteer training. The webinar, "7 1/2 New Things on Board's Radar," will offer an overview of how the landscape has changed for volunteers in the past few years, an update on crucial regulatory changes and advice on how volunteers can use their knowledge of the recession to rebuild their credit unions. The webinar also will cover:
* Quest for Efficiency, where attendees will learn methods to improve efficiencies to keep your production costs as low as possible. * Focus on Profit, Capital and Controlled Asset Growth. Credit unions must recreate and rebuild a profitable business model in the wake of massive economic and regulatory changes, says CUNA . * Relevance to the Non-Credit Union Member. Attendees will learn how to clarify why credit unions are relevant to the marketplace and clearly convey that relevancy to members and community.
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