Nearly 50 Leaders Register for ‘Your Economy’ Conference Will You?

L-R: Dwight Johnston, Chief Economist for the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues; and Dr. Robert Eyler, Board Member for Redwood CU and Economist at Sonoma State University
L-R: Dwight Johnston, Chief Economist for the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues; and Dr. Robert Eyler, Board Member for Redwood CU and Economist at Sonoma State University

This year’s 3rd Annual “Your Economy—Your Credit Union” Conference on June 20th is attracting leaders from all kinds of credit unions across California and Nevada who plan on taking an in-depth look at the unpredictable challenges and opportunities in their local economy’s future.

What’s more: attendees at this year’s event will receive an in-depth Peer Marketplace Report onsite that includes performance analysis, metrics, and comparisons of THEIR credit union to others in the local communities they serve.

Held at the California & Nevada Credit Union Leagues’ headquarters in Ontario, CA, “Your Economy—Your Credit Union” will provide immense value heading into strategic planning season later this year. With economic, demographic and financial-market discussion from two keynote speakers who uniquely understand credit unions, it will equip attendees for navigating the continued economic expansion of California and Nevada in 2018 – 2019.

Also, this year a special “Forces of Nature” afternoon panel has been assembled. Credit union executives will offer a unique perspective behind their economic response and recovery efforts for members and residents after the fallout from natural disasters that wreaked havoc on local communities over the past few years (wildfires, floods, potential dam breaks, evacuation scenarios, earthquakes and even hurricanes).

REGISTER NOW ($279 for League members and special discount for prior-attendee credit unions)—and prepare to engage in the following topics:

  • Local jobs, workers, mobility, high-cost housing, and the California-Nevada residential migration connection.
  • California and Nevada’s business/consumer response to the next economic recession.
  • California’s legislative/regulatory issues and consequences of political posturing by governments.
  • Cannabis banking, the communities it affects, and the “shadow economy.”
  • Congressional tax reform’s impact on consumer spending and borrowers/savers.
  • Financial market volatility, bond market movements, inflation indicators, and the Federal Reserve’s future monetary policy.
  • Valuable peer-to-peer insight as you head into strategic planning season later this year.
  • SPECIAL AFTERNOON PANEL: A “Forces Of Nature” natural-disaster panel spotlighting credit union experiences and economic response.

Are You a Prior Attendee?
We’re rewarding credit unions that have attended in the past with a special half-off discount for any additional colleagues (second or third registrants) who attend this year’s event. Email Matt Wrye for more information.

Local Economic Context
The following forecast reports published by the Leagues reveal YOUR region’s latest local economic and demographic trends:

May 2018:
Santa Barbara RegionOrange CountyMonterey Bay Region and San Bernardino County

April 2018:
Los Angeles County; Orange County; and Inland Empire

March 2018:
California; San Gabriel Valley; Bay Area; California and United States; and North Bay

February 2018:
Los Angeles County; Central Valley/Sacramento/Bay Area; Orange County; and Northwest Nevada

January 2018:
Inland Empire; Las Vegas; Bay Area; San Diego County; Northern California; and Sacramento County