|Small credit union CEOs with “CEO Boot Camp” presenters from the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues, National Credit Union Administration’s Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives, and CUNA Mutual Group.|
CUs NETWORK, LEARN AT 'BOOT CAMP'
updated 06/10/14 11:37 AM
Leagues, NCUA, and CMG Present
“Boot camp” has a whole new meaning for a group of small credit union leaders who attended an insightful educational event hosted by the National Credit Union Administration’s Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives (OSCUI) and the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues in Los Angeles on Saturday.
At the second annual CEO Boot Camp, credit union CEOs, staff, board members, and industry experts came together for a day of training, delving into operational and volunteer issues, and discussing best practices for achieving success. Included were representatives and presenters from CUNA Mutual Group (CMG).
"I thoroughly enjoyed the training and learned a lot," said Dan Taay, CEO of Technicolor FCU. "I brought my loan manager, director of marketing, and a board member with me." Taay was just one of several who found the event extremely helpful.
The following speakers presented to nearly 70 attendees:
To view all presentations, click here!
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