CUs are encouraged to utilize online learning opportunities

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With large gatherings now temporarily banned in New York state, credit unions are encouraged to utilize online learning opportunities.

The Association, through a partnership with the Credit Union Webinar Network, offers dozens of educational webinars each year, and registration is currently open for the remaining March sessions. The webinars touch on a range of subjects that are relevant to credit union professionals, including a complimentary webinar for members about the coronavirus on Friday, March 20 from 3 to 4:30 p.m.

Other Association webinars throughout the end of March will focus on the following topics:

  • consumer loan flood insurance forms;
  • personal tax returns part 2: schedules D, E & F;
  • collecting SBA loans: critical steps in protecting the SBA guaranty;
  • advanced new account issues: POAs, trusts, estates & more;
  • commercial flood insurance rules & best practices; and
  • new technology: cash recyclers, pod banking & interactive ATMs.

To learn more about upcoming Association webinars or to register, visit the Association’s events calendar. And as a reminder, the Association is again providing two complimentary webinars to all member credit unions in 2020. Each member credit union has received two unique promotional codes that can be used to purchase any two live or recorded webinars from the 2020 webinar lineup. These promotional codes are valid through December 31, 2020. To learn more about the complimentary webinar access, visit the Association’s website.

In addition to Association webinars, Origence, a CU Direct brand, is sponsoring an economic and lending forecast during a March 31 webinar from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Internationally acclaimed economist Elliot Eisenberg, Ph.D., will present a first-quarter U.S. economic and lending forecast 2020 ACH rules update, including emerging and real-time payments. Visit the Origence website to learn more or register.

 

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