CUNA Lending Council Conference
Las Vegas, Nevada | October 17-20, 2010
Member Conference Fee $799 (early bird rate - by 9/24)
866.227.5944 - Reference Group Code "SCUNA0" (code is for phone orders only)
Rate - $145/night (for 10/16 - 10/20/10, based on availability)
After 9/17/10 rate will be $189
Who can attend: You must be a paid employee of a natural person credit union in order to attend the conference. If you are a vendor, you can attend through the sponsorship program. Please click the sponsorship link for more information, availability and pricing.
NOTE: Affiliation with CUNA/League is required for attendance, but limited exceptions may apply. Please contact the program coordinator prior to making making travel arrangements to confirm eligibility
The Art of Vision
Artist & Speaker
As the landscape for business continues to change a clear vision is the key to successfully navigating tomorrow's uncharted waters. The Art of Vision is a program specifically designed to help companies utilize unconventional wisdom and build a vision for their future. No matter what kind of organization - from small companies to large corporations - employees at all levels can better embrace the future by becoming more innovative.
By breaking apart traditional thinking, Erik challenges and inspires his audience to redefine commonly held assumptions and misconceptions about “creativity”, “goals”, “success” and “vision”. Discover how you can sharpen your creative skills and identify a personal style for inspiring yourself and others to rethink vision and purpose. The principles in this uplifting and highly practical program will redefine the role of a leader as an artist as well as an architect.
The Outlook for the Economy, Housing, and Mortgage Markets
SVP/Chief Economist & Strategist, The PMI Group, Inc
This session will discuss the outlook for the U.S. economy in 2011, as well as the risks, including job growth, Federal Reserve monetary policy and the direction of interest rates. Specific attention will be placed on activity in the housing market (including home sales and house prices), as well as the mortgage market (mortgage originations, refinance share, and delinquency rates).
Regulator Exam Hot Buttons
Director of Supervision, Office of Examination and Insurance, NCUA
NCUA is consistently evaluating emerging risk and identifying areas of increased examiner attention to effectively identify and manage risk to the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund. The Speaker will explore emerging issues and key areas of concern and focus for NCUA examiners. Understand an examiner perspective and prepare for a more effective and productive examination experience.
After the Bailouts: Ten Keys to Success for the American Credit Union Movement in the Year 2010 and Beyond
Principal Partner, Dollar Associates, LLC
Former NCUA Chairman Dennis Dollar performs an in-depth assessment of the financial services industry after TARP, bailouts, NCUSIF premiums and corporate losses. He forthrightly addresses both the challenges and opportunities facing credit unions in the marketplace following the era of the bailouts. This "no holds barred" presentation is provocative but encouraging if the right steps are taken to shape the credit union position in this dynamic and changing market. Mr. Dollar takes his unique background in credit union leadership, regulation and as a leading credit union consultant and applies it to mapping the credit union future.
Additional session topics that will be covered (20+) during the conference include:
- Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Updates
- Mortgage Portfolio Management
- Loan Growth Strategies
- Current Financial Issues for Lenders
- The Regulatory Compliance Hangover
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