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Prime Alliance CUDL postpone 2009 Lending Symposium
TUKWILA, Wash. and ONTARIO, Calif. (4/2/09)--Prime Alliance Solutions Inc. and CUDL, two credit union lending service organizations, announced Tuesday they have rescheduled their 2009 “Driving Home” lending symposium, for 2010. Prime Alliance and CUDL are looking closely at alternatives to deliver the symposium’s educational sessions to credit unions this year, and expect to have a plan in place in the near future. Prime Alliance and CUDL said they recognize the impact recent events have made on credit unions’ bottom lines. Credit unions are monitoring travel and controllable expenses, and are focusing on helping members through the economy. “We understand our industry and recognize our customers are putting all their energies into helping members through these challenging times,” said Joe Brancucci, chairman and CEO of Prime Alliance Solutions, Inc. Tony Boutelle, president/CEO of CUDL, added: “Credit unions are leading by example through the credit crisis, continuing to lend where others have stopped. We believe it is vital that we remain focused wholly on supporting our credit unions’ efforts and postpone the symposium this year.” The two organizations confirmed they will host the “Driving Home” symposium in May 2010 in Las Vegas. Additional information will be announced within two weeks.


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