June 04, 2020

NAFCU hits the virtual road with state-specific webinar series

RoadshowAs NAFCU seeks ways to keep the industry informed of the latest information and challenges impacting operations amid the coronavirus pandemic, the association is launching a virtual roadshow featuring more than 20 events targeting individual states and regions.

"At NAFCU, we are well aware of the challenges credit unions face amid the coronavirus pandemic," said NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger. "In response, our team is taking our passion and commitment to extreme member service on a virtual roadshow to assist the industry in overcoming operational and regulatory challenges. NAFCU is committed to the success of the credit union industry and its 120 million members, and we are proud to offer proactive and localized learnings during this difficult time."

The roadshow kicks off Monday with an event specifically for New York-based credit unions and runs through the end of July with events covering all 50 states and U.S. territories where credit unions operate.

See the lineup of events to register for your specific state (registration for July's events will be available soon).

During the virtual events, Berger, NAFCU executives and staff will lead discussions on how the global crisis has impacted the industry, what credit unions can expect from a regulatory and legislative perspective in the coming months, and strategies to move forward. Information will be tailored to address what credit unions are seeing in their individual states and regions.

Attendees will be able to submit questions throughout the presentation via the webinar platform.

NAFCU has kept its mission of providing extreme member service a priority amid the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing practices. The association has developed several coronavirus-related resources – and updates them regularly – to help credit unions stay on top of the quickly changing environment. The association is also offering online education opportunities weekly tackling problems specific to the pandemic, as well as other issues that impact credit unions day-to-day operations.