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California-Nevada summit attracts 49 from small CUs
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (8/6/08)--Forty-nine credit unions leaders who are members of the California and Nevada Credit Union League attended the first annual Shapiro Summit, hosted by the league’s Shapiro Advisory Committee, July 26 in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
Click to view larger image The Shapiro Advisory Committee, which pools the resources of the credit union community to help small credit unions, held its first annual Shapiro Summit July 26 in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Jon Hernandez, CALCOM CU CEO and Shapiro Advisory Committee member, led one of the breakout sessions. (Photo provided by the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues)
The Shapiro committee is a cooperative effort that pools the resources of the credit union community to help small credit unions operate efficiently. The group consists of credit unions with less than $39 million in assets. An industry expert discussed strategic planning for credit unions. They also participated in speed dating-style discussion on cost-based pricing; loan, deposit and membership growth; and staff development. “It was a very successful event, with many participants saying it provided them with practical ideas they could go home and apply at their credit unions,” said Cathy Arra, league staff liaison to the Shapiro Advisory Committee.


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