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CUNA CFO Council Conference set for May 15-18
MADISON, Wis. (4/8/11)--The 17th annual CUNA CFO Council Conference, May 15-18, in San Diego offers finance professionals an opportunity to share success stories and find new solutions with a nationwide network of experts and peers. “In this economic environment, it is imperative we all stay abreast of regulatory and asset-liability management (ALM) strategy changes,” said Brandon Michaels, chair of the CFO Council Conference committee and chief financial officer at Mazuma CU in Kansas City, Mo. “This conference offers specific sessions geared toward elevating senior finance professionals’ knowledge in these areas, as well as vitally important networking opportunities.” Featured sessions include:
* Investment strategies; * Financial Accounting Standards Board update; * Troubled-debt restructuring reporting and tracking; * Interchange; * ALM modeling; * Mergers; * Multi-dimensional loan portfolio analysis; and * Credit union industry update.
The conference agenda was developed by the CUNA CFO Council conference committee (in partnership with council staff), made up of volunteer council members from credit unions.
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