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League Representatives Serve as Valuable Resource for CUs
Friday, November 1, 2013 6:50 AM

Credit unions have forever operated with the motive to improve the economic and social conditions of your members.  You regularly live out your motto, “Not for profit, not for charity, but for service.” You offer competitively priced products and services, educate those who are financially challenged, and selflessly serve your local communities.

In carrying forth with your mission; managing day-to-day operations, and strategizing for the future, credit unions also face a number of challenges, including a never-ending landslide of laws and regulations that often seem insurmountable. 

To assist credit unions in overcoming challenges and seizing new opportunities, the Cornerstone Credit Union League (Cornerstone) has highly-trained league representatives. These representatives provide support in any number of ways including:

  • ensuring credit unions are aware and have access to many Cornerstone compliance, regulatory, education, and communication resources
  • researching and delivering sample policies that a credit union might need
  • providing the credit union with insightful whitepapers and articles that have been published and may be of value to the credit union
  • reaching out to subject matter experts for assistance, or facilitating dialog between peers 

At times, league representatives also fill the role of a sounding board and when appropriate, provide insight based on past experiences.

“Our league representatives serve as the primary point of contact between your credit union and Cornerstone, and these representatives take seriously their role in aiding in the advancement of your success,” explains Mike Delker, senior vice president of credit union relations.

One way these representatives strive to fulfill their role as a key resource for Cornerstone affiliated-credit unions, Delker says, is to keep them abreast of important state and federal regulatory changes, as well as provide resources to address any needs a credit union might have.

“League representative work diligently to assist our credit unions in adapting to an ever-changing and challenging financial services environment,” assures Delker.

To learn more about league representatives, including learning who is your league representative, please contact Greg Robertson, at (800) 442-5762, ext. 6829.