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Less Than 3 Weeks Away: ‘Your Economy — Your Credit Union’

This year’s virtual Your Economy — Your Credit Union conference on July 30 will address major challenges and opportunities in the credit union industry going into 2025, including the November election’s impact on policies, local housing markets, the jobs market, deposits, loans, and auto trends.

Designed specifically for credit unions’ strategic planning season — and hosted online by the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues — this year’s event will once again prepare executives, board members, and senior management teams to navigate the unpredictable economic landscapes of California and Nevada.

With three experts prepared to enlighten attendees on a host of issues, this exceptional two-hour conference from 1:30 – 3:30 pm (Pacific) on Tuesday July 30th will explore:

  • Economic forecasts for the California, Nevada, and U.S. economies in 2025.
  • Credit union members’ needs during a challenging season, household financial volatility, and job/housing markets.
  • Industry predictions for 2025 loan and deposit growth, interest rates, inflation, and the operating environment.
  • Congressional, presidential, and economic implications of the November 2024 elections.
  • How current credit union auto lending trends and vehicle prices will impact the marketplace next year.
  • Insights from Origence’s groundbreaking green-finance lending partnership between Tesla and credit unions.

Experts and Speakers
Speakers include:

  • Robert Eyler — Economist for Leagues, Sonoma State University, Economic Forensics & Analytics, and Redwood CU Board Member.
  • Mike Schenk — Chief Economist and Deputy Chief Advocacy Officer for Policy Analysis at America’s Credit Unions (ACU).
  • Bob Child — Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Origence.

“California’s economy is showing more weakness than the national economy, but a rising population in 2023 and the buzz and investment around artificial intelligence are providing some gains going into 2025,” Eyler said. “California is likely to grow slightly slower than the U.S. economy in terms of jobs and incomes. Such forecasts have driven concerns over the state’s budget and how places like San Francisco and Los Angeles have looming-yet-slow-moving threats from the lack of commercial real estate’s return. In Nevada, the state remains a place where employers may seek to expand or locate from 2025 – 2030, as industrial diversification remains a key focus of statewide economic development.”

Online Event Details
REGISTER HERE* for this year’s virtual/online event on Tuesday, July 30, from 1:30 – 3:30 pm (Pacific):

  • $145 for League members.
  • $125 for Power Learner Passport (PLP) subscribers (League members).
  • $195 for non-members of the League.
  • Sponsored by TruStage.

* Includes post-event complimentary web videos

Email Matt Wrye for questions regarding professional education credits (CEUs, CPEs, and PDUs) or any event questions.

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