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Cornerstone Forum Features Strategic White Paper Author Anne Legg
Thursday, September 18, 2014 6:10 AM

Cornerstone's New Ideas Forum, which takes place this year at the Hotel Za Za in Dallas, Nov. 3-5, is a great opportunity for high-level credit union executives to meet and discuss the future of the credit union movement. This year, Anne Legg, SVP, Business Strategy & Innovation for Third Degree, a company which specializes in strategic business planning for credit unions, is a featured speaker for the New Ideas Forum.

This is significant because Third Degree has written and will present its white paper, "Innovative Strategic Process to Create Thriving Financial Cooperatives," at an international research symposium to be held in conjunction with the International Summit of Cooperatives on October 5, 2014, in Quebec, Canada. The International Summit is a biennial gathering where cooperative leaders and policy makers from over 100 countries gather to discuss their concerns about current and future business challenges.

Third Degree's white paper addresses some of the key challenges facing the credit union industry, including regulatory burden, low marketplace awareness, aging consumers, and significant consolidation; and it identifies methods credit unions can use to achieve success in today's demanding environment.

Don't miss Anne's presentation at Cornerstone's New Ideas Forum. Registration is limited to CEOs, board chairs, and strategic planning officers in an effort to maintain focus on the highest management level; however, if credit unions have a COO or CFO that would benefit from attending, they are welcome as well.

To book your hotel and to register at the lowest rates, you must do so before the Oct. 3 deadline. Register here for the forum. We have extended our early-bird registration rate of $749 until that date.