CU Learning TRAXX: Explore the Latest Trends in Digital Lending, Sales, and More
Don’t forget to register for CU Learning TRAXX — five new sessions go live tomorrow. Can’t attend? On-demand recordings will be available soon!
Tomorrow the Northwest credit union family will join industry experts, thought leaders, and credit union leaders for five new CU Learning TRAXX sessions that delve into the most prominent conversations happening in the industry. Speakers will discuss, dissect, and debate timely issues, including funding opportunities, contracting in the current economy, digital lending, and much more.
Missed the last few CU Learning TRAXX sessions? Good news — registrants can now stream all past sessions on-demand. Simply log onto the CU Learning TRAXX platform and click the “On-Demand Video” tab on the main menu. Not registered yet? Check out all the available registration options online and sign up now!
Here’s a closer look at some of tomorrow’s must-attend sessions:
Operational Innovation: Ushering in the New Digital Lending Landscape**
Does your LOS Know RON? Participate in an invigorating discussion, moderated by CU Direct Connect President, Brian Hamilton, on the latest in Loan Origination Systems and Remote Online Notarization. Speakers Foster Kelly, Jeb Hart, and Brit Barker will explore the future of digital lending and share how credit unions can hold onto hard-earned loan relationships in an uncertain market.
Culture Defines Experience: Credit Union Sales and Service – Meeting Your Members Where They Are
In a competitive market, how do credit unions use sales and service models to illuminate the Credit Union Difference, meet business objectives, and attract new members? Just ask Ronda Conger and Mark McKellar. These business and sales experts will examine how diverse perspectives within an organization can help cultivate new ideas to better meet member needs. Attendees of this session can earn one CPE credit.
Financial Strategy: Seeking Capital
Most Northwest credit unions, ranging in size from under $10 million to nearly $4 billion, can accept secondary capital. The question is: What are investors looking for when they make placements, and what types of yields do they expect? Join this session to hear from investment gurus, Mike McGinnis and Patrick Maloney, and find out. Attendees of this session can earn one CPE credit.
Learn more about all five of tomorrow’s live sessions by visiting CU Learning TRAXX online. Stay tuned for more information on upcoming sessions and speakers, coming soon.
Be Sure to Visit the Strategic Link Trade Show!
Haven’t visited the virtual Strategic Link Trade Show yet? You can explore the Exhibition Hall anytime and connect with over 40 potential business partners whose products and services can help you better serve your members. The Strategic Link Trade Show is free to all Northwest credit unions and accessible 24/7 until Dec. 31 — join during CU Learning TRAXX session days, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. PDT, to chat directly with vendors.
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**This session is generously sponsored by Strategic Link partners, Origence and SIGNiX. Chat with them live at the virtual Strategic Link Trade Show from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. PDT, or drop by their booths anytime! They are open 24/7 on the CU Learning TRAXX platform. Find out how their solutions can help better serve your members today!