Lending innovation, CUSOs wrap up Lending Conference

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NAFCU's inaugural Lending Conference provided attendees with opportunities to hear from industry leaders on strategies to boost credit union loan portfolios and address changing regulations and market trends, and also connect with peers. (Photo by Alexander Aleman)

November 9, 2017

NAFCU's inaugural Lending Conference ends today with sessions highlighting the benefits of investing in credit union service organizations (CUSOs), opportunities to innovate in the lending space and how to reduce borrowing process burdens on members.

Yesterday, credit union representatives learned how to attract millennial members to their credit union, trends in auto lending, and various marketing and compliance strategies. Today, conference attendees will hear from:

  • Jack Antonini, president of the National Association of Credit Union Service Organizations, who will outline how credit unions can use CUSOs to their benefit in the lending process and to compete with market disrupters.
  • Cortney Angeley, impact director for Filene Research Institute, who will overview how credit unions can identify and work to solve problems facing their members through innovation.
  • Constance Anderson, founder and president of MemberXP, who will detail how credit unions can make the loan process easier for borrowers and, in turn, strengthen those relationships. 

The association's new Lending Conference gives credit union representatives the opportunity to hear from industry leaders on strategies to boost credit union loan portfolios and changing regulations and trends that will affect lending opportunities.

Learn more about the conference here, and follow updates on Twitter with #NAFCULendingConf. Next year's Lending Conference will be Nov. 5-8 in St. Petersburg, Fla. Register for the conference here.

 

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