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Info available on CUNAs business lending institutes
MADISON, Wis. (2/17/12)--Registration is open for the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Business Lending Certification Institutes, July 16-20 in Madison, Wis.

The CUNA Business Lending Certification Institutes is designed to provide a practical education on business lending and, via expert-led sessions, address real-life business scenarios.

Presented in partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business, Executive Education, Small Business Development Center, the CUNA Business Lending Certification Institutes are offered in three parts:

  1. Fundamentals. Attendees will develop a foundation for business awareness and an understanding of the components involved in business lending services.
  1. Credit analysis. This school addresses the challenges business members face in making debt service payments and meeting other financial responsibilities.
  1. Advanced credit analysis. Students will gain hands-on experience with credit analysis.
"This program offers training and resources to help credit unions achieve a strong and sustainable member business lending program," said Courtney Cantwell, CUNA manager of instructional design. "Not only does it help them grow their member base, but it strengthens their presence in the community."


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