Registration is now open for the New York Credit Union Association’s two-day Collections & Bankruptcy Conference, which is designed to teach attendees how to tackle some of the most difficult member-issues affecting credit unions. The conference will be held May 12–13 at the Association’s headquarters.
During the first day of the conference, session topics will focus on collections issues. On day two, attendees will dive into credit union-specific bankruptcy topics.
Day one sessions will include collections matters, including:
- what makes members pay;
- “fool” proofing your collections processes; and
- special collections: from skips to repos to real estate.
Day two sessions will included bankruptcy matters, including:
- bankruptcy fundamentals;
- bankruptcy recovery and fraud control; and
- regulatory compliance traps in the new bankruptcy order.
For more information or to register for the Collections & Bankruptcy Conference, visit the Association’s website.