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Upcoming Events

    Sep
    26
    26 September, 2020

    Small CU Forum

    Online

    Low-cost virtual training for small credit unions featuring industry experts who will address current challenges and opportunities.

    Oct
    06
    6 October, 2020, 9 AM-12 45 PM

    Small CU Workshop

    Online

    This virtual workshop is open to staff, directors, and volunteers at member credit unions with less than $100 million in assets.

    Oct
    07
    7 October, 2020, 2 PM-3 PM

    Webinar: Basic Credit Union Budgeting

    Join the Cornerstone Accounting & Finance Council to learn basic strategies, tips, and best practices for creating and managing a budget.

    Oct
    13
    13 October, 2020, 9 30 AM-12 30 PM

    ALM Webinar Workshop 1: Building Blocks of ALM

    This webinar will help you build a solid foundation of asset/liability management basics.

    Oct
    14
    14 October, 2020

    Virtual CEO Roundtable - Oklahoma

    Online

    Opportunity for CEOs to engage in discussions with colleagues from around the region.

    Oct
    14
    14 October, 2020, 9 30 AM-12 30 PM

    ALM Webinar Workshop 2: ALM Best Practices

    This webinar will explore practices to ensure appropriate pricing and monitor a credit union's financial condition.

    Oct
    15
    15 October, 2020, 10 AM-3 PM

    Coaching Skills for Winning Managers

    Online

    Discover techniques to build and develop your team.

    Oct
    20
    20 October, 2020-21 October, 2020

    IRA Virtual Workshops

    Online

    Information you need to serve your members' IRA needs.

    Oct
    20
    20 October, 2020, 9 AM-11 AM

    Bankruptcy Virtual Series: Part 1 - Arkansas/Oklahoma

    Online

    First in a two-part series that provides an examination of credit union best practices regarding bankruptcies.

    Oct
    20
    20 October, 2020, 9 30 AM-12 30 PM

    ALM Webinar Workshop 3: GAP

    This webinar will walk you through interest rate risk: what it is; why it impacts your credit union; and why the NCUA requires regular monitoring.