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First 2011 Discovery webinar to check economys pulse
MADISON, Wis. (2/25/11)--CUNA Mutual's first Discovery Webinar of 2011, to be held March 17, will feature insights about the road to economic recovery and the risks that remain. The free session, "Is It Over Yet … Or is This the Calm Before Another Economic Storm." will be presented by Dave Colby, CUNA Mutual chief economist, at 12:15 p.m. CT. He will share his economic and credit union forecasts, discuss their operational implications, and review key risk factors for the recovery and credit unions' long-term role in consumer finance. Multiple employees of individual credit unions can join the session. Registration is open through March 17. Other 2011 Discovery events include:
* April 18: Lending Trends, presented by Dan Kaiser; * May 24: Technology Strategies and Trends, presented by Rick Roy; * June 18-21: Discovery sessions offered at the Credit Union National Association's America's Credit Union Conference (ACUC); * July 19: Regulation double-feature, presented by Bill Klewin and Brad Pricer; and * Oct. 4-2: Second Annual Online Discovery Conference.
CUNA Mutual Group insurance, retirement and investment products provide financial security and protection to credit unions and their members worldwide.


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