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TMG sets agenda for 2010 client conference
DES MOINES, Iowa (3/4/10)--The Members Group (TMG) released its 2010 Client Conference agenda aimed at this year’s event theme: Future. Growth. Now. The agenda contains presentations tailored to TMG’s client base of financial institutions looking to enhance their credit, debit and prepaid card programs. The conference is scheduled for June 14-16 in Las Vegas. Keynote speaker is Peter Duffy of Sandler O’Neill and Partners. Duffy will speak about the shift in the financial services landscape and share research and analysis on competitive issues facing community-based financial institutions. Other speakers include:
* Philippe Benitiez of Gemalto, who will discuss chip and personal identification number payments and value-added services that can increase card use and retention; * Erin McCune, Glenbrook Partners, who will talk about alternative payments, detailing how new technologies and innovative financial institutions are changing the way consumers and business interact; and * Futurist Bob Treadway, who will address trends and forces that will shape financial services and the credit union movement during the next five to seven years.
TMG is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Affiliates Management Co., which is owned by Iowa credit unions and their members. For more information, use the links.
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