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Speaker: Erin Coleman
The world of lending options today is much different than ever before. An entrepreneur seeking capital now has exponentially more choices than have ever been available. Non-traditional sources are increasing in popularity, with peer-to-peer lending often leading the way. Filene investigated the major providers of peer-based lending and analyzed the opportunity that might exist for credit unions in that space.
Alongside a model that harkens back to the long-standing credit union tradition of reputation-based service delivery, the peer-to-peer lending market has major disruptive potential and can extend credit union services to new members that might not have other alternatives. We'll also look at a range of tools that can aid in everything from program set up to ultimate lending decisions.
Speaker: Erin Coleman
Credit unions were way ahead of the curve at their inception - breaking the mold of traditional financial services and offering a collaborative approach to personal finance. But has the industry fallen behind when it comes to new ways of thinking? Entrepreneurs are capitalizing on the new trend of sharing - offering consumers worldwide access to pools of products and services, inspiring them to own less and share more with family, friends and even strangers.
Credit unions can certainly learn from the latest trends and offerings that exist outside our industry by applying the same thoughts and strategies to personal finance. This session will help you understand how to leverage market position, your relationship with members, your mission and your current resources into a competitive advantage in the economy of sharing and listening to the needs of your members.
Speaker: James Bullard
Traditional mortgage lenders, including credit unions, are not exactly leading the wave of innovation. FinTech's and Start-ups are attempting to overhaul the lending process, and are slowly gaining traction. We will discuss how credit unions can take advantage of the regulatory and procedural complexity of mortgage lending. By embracing technology, and streamlining processes, we can continue to capitalize on the member relationship advantage.
Speaker: Rory Rowland
Come learn how to excel at your leadership and management role. We will discuss how to build a lending team that works together for common goals. Hear how to coach and motivate your team to be committed to lending success. Don't miss this action and solution focused workshop and learn the secrets to be become an excellent lending manager.
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Speaker: Tracy Ashfield
Are you keeping all your loans in house? Are you using an intermediary to access the secondary market? There are many ways to work with the secondary market and each has its risks and rewards. In this session, we'll review the options and what it takes to work directly with the GSEs.
Speaker: Tracy Ashfield
Recruiting real estate staff is hard. It's a competitive market that's very short on talent. During this session, we'll talk about incentive programs and compensation strategies that are compliant with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the Department of Labor, yet motivate and reward staff.
Speaker: Don Arkell
The financial services industry is more competitive than ever before. Your members have more options today for financial services than they did 10 years ago. Your credit union has to have the right attitude about Sales. You need the right people in the right positions. With 20 years of professional sales experience in and outside of the credit union industry, Don will help navigate the waters of transitioning your organization from a Service to a Sales Culture.
Speaker: Brett Christensen
One of the reasons management gets paid the big bucks is to improve employee productivity and process efficiencies. Unfortunately, many credit unions have non-productive lenders working in a totally inefficient system. In this session, you will learn how to significantly improve your volume of consumer loans while reducing the number of employees involved.
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