Diversify Your Portfolio with Student Loan Refinancing and Participations

September 24, 2020 | 2:00 PM EST

About The Webinar

Join us for a conversation with 2 credit union leaders from Member Student Lending (CUSO) on how student loan refinancing opens doors to younger prime borrowers while mitigating risk through modern loan participations. Hundreds of credit unions are tapping into these real-time participation programs to grow their membership base and extend the lifetime value of their member relationships. Join the webinar to hear from credit unions currently active in student loan participation lending:

  • The myths and benefits of student loan refinancing 
  • How modern loan participations work 
  • Examples of the lifetime value of student lending  

And find out how you can mitigate risk through modern loan participations while attracting new Gen-Z and Millennials to your credit union for a potential lifetime of lending.  

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Presented By

Will Sneed
Will Sneed

Director, Lender Partnerships | LendKey

Will Sneed is a finance technology partnership expert and a keen researcher on the future of borrowing. Backed by a decade of experience in linking financial institutions to the ever-growing demand for digital lending, he aims to make credit unions competitive alongside other marketplace lenders. Will leads lender partnerships and works with clients to create profitable and successful digital lending programs.  

Mick Olson 
Mick Olson 

Chief Financial Officer | Topline Credit Union

Mick Olson is the Senior Vice President of Finance and the Chief Financial Officer for TopLine Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Maple Grove, Minnesota. He has over 30 years of experience in accounting and finance in several different industries including holding executive positions at CPU Options and Great River Federal Credit Union.

Dan Picard
Dan Picard

VP of Consumer Lending and Collections | Hanscom Federal Credit Union

Dan has been employed in the credit union industry for over 25 years. He started as a collector for Telephone Workers' Credit Union of Boston from January, 1994 until he joined the City of Boston Credit Union in December, 2006. In June 2019, Dan joined Hanscom Federal Credit Union as VP Consumer Lending & Collections. In this role, he oversees the Home Equity process, Consumer Direct and Indirect Lending as well as the student loan process. Dan is the current Secretary of Member Student Lending.