January – May 2015
Curious about mobile wallets and how they can benefit your membership?
The Credit Union League of Connecticut is hosting a free educational session on CU Wallet and the future of electronic payments. Join us Tuesday, January 13, 2015 for a discussion led by Paul Fiore, Founder and CEO of CU Wallet.
In a few short years, mobile payments have evolved from a novelty to a game-changing member interface. Most recently Apple Pay entered the forum that was once controlled by Google Wallet, FreedomPay, Loop and others. But there is more to the experience than just enabling members to make a payment.
Have you considered a solution that can:
- Create a new revenue stream and help your bottom line?
- Reduce the potential for in-person fraud?
- Make your card be “top of wallet”?
This presentation is no charge for credit union friends and will detail CU Wallet’s services and how they can enhance your members’ satisfaction. CU Wallet has a variety of unique features that can increase your revenue, reduce in-person fraud and make your card “top of wallet”.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
***This event has been filled.***
As an alternative, CUNA Mutual is offering a free webinar for all credit unions. Please click here to learn more.
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Attorney Jay Hershman
Baillie & Hershman P.C.
Attorney David Baghdady
First American Title Ins. Co.
This presentation will cover the new CFPB disclosures required for use beginning August 1, 2015.
We will review the Loan Estimate and the Closing Disclosure, discuss the new three day timing rules and when the new disclosures are to be used. We will also look at the different types of Closing Disclosures that the CFPB has created.
More information to come!
All state and federal credit union board members, supervisory committee members and credit union management are encouraged to attend this important one-day educational event. Highlights of the program include a national issues overview, cyber security and interest rate risk.
The cost of the NASCUS Directors’ College is $99 for members and $129 for non-members. This includes registration, a continental breakfast and lunch.
For more information, contact NASCUS Vice President of Education Isaida Woo, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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