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Corporate network topic of free webinar Friday
MADISON, Wis. (5/29/08)--A discussion of the current market conditions relating to credit unions and the corporate network will be offered in a free webinar 1-2 p.m. EDT, Friday with the CUNA CFO Council and the center for professional development coordinating the event. The webinar specifically is aimed at corporate credit unions, including a review of the financial, health, safety and soundness of the Corporate Network. It will feature speakers from the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) and the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). The webinar is open and free to all credit unions. The session will include:
* Bill Hampel, CUNA chief economist, providing an economic overview; * Brad Miller, executive director, The Association of Corporate Credit Unions, discussing an overview of the Corporate Network overview points; * Dave Dickens and Kathy Brick from U.S. Central discussing the performance of U.S. Central; and * Kent Buckham, NCUA director of the office of corporate credit unions, providing an agency perspective on the network.
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