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CUNA Collections and Bankruptcy School topics announced
MADISON, Wis. (7/20/12)--Topics have been announced for the  CUNA Collections & Bankruptcy School, taking place Sept. 10-13 in San Diego.

The CUNA Collections & Bankruptcy School is offered in two parts:

Introduction: Building the Foundation

  • Introduction to Bankruptcy;
  • The Economy & Its Impact on Collections;
  • Introduction to Collections;
  • The Psychology & Communications Collections; and
  • Best Practices Roundtable Discussion.
Advanced: Expanding Your Knowledge

  • The Economy & Its Impact on Collections;
  • Hot Topics in Bankruptcy & Collections;
  • You Be the Judge: Case Law Update;
  • Technology: What's Available & What Works for the Collection Department;
  • Collections Ethics; and
  • Best Practices Roundtable Discussion.
The CUNA Collections & Bankruptcy School features breakout lectures, networking sessions and roundtable discussions led by collection and bankruptcy experts.

The CUNA Lending Council is offering scholarships of up to $2,500 for qualifying credit unions attending either the introduction or advanced part at the school. The deadline to apply is July 30.
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