A credit union's business lending unit cannot perform in isolation,
but it does need to operate at an optimum level. Learn where your program can be improved.
An intermediate level course designed for CEOs, CLOs, business lenders and board members who have established business lending programs and are willing to challenge methods and methodologies in use at their own credit unions.
This deep dive into MBL Program Oversight and Risk Management will leave attendees with the tools to re-examine practices in place at their credit unions and provide them with best practices and tools for program improvement.
Event facilitator, Vincent DiCara, co-founder of Development Finance Training and Consulting, Inc. and currently the owner of DiCara Training and Consulting, LLC, will lead participants on a journey toward a collective goal of achieving excellent MBL program oversight and risk management skills.
You Create the Agenda
Prior to the Conference, attendees will be asked to complete and submit a survey to PCUA. At the Conference, survey results will be shared and discussed in-depth. This part of the conference will explore new ways to approach common issues related to business lending program management and oversight.
The Conference will also focus on NCUA scrutiny, the government programs you and your member businesses need to be aware of and collaborative case study sharing and discussions. In addition to the survey, attendees will be asked to provide the framework for a case study they wish to discuss in class. Perhaps the framework will explore a loan request that the credit union booked and wondered if they could have structured it differently, or perhaps it will consist of a loan they turned down and still wonder if they made the right decision.
Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel
215 Innovation Blvd.
State College, PA 16803
For room reservations, call The Penn Stater and reference Group Block Code CREI13A
Room block expires August 25, 2013
$369 for first attendee
$329 for each additional attendee
For questions, contact Molly Snody at 800-932-0661, ext. 5209, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.