We all know growth is vital to the success of our organizations, but knowing exactly how to achieve growth can be challenging. Credit unions today face many issues such as regulatory challenges, industry consolidation, economic and political uncertainty, and tough competition. In such an environment how can you continue to provide value to your members?
Fortunately, there are many options for growth for credit unions to consider including investing in CUSOs, using CUSOs to grow through mergers and acquisitions, proactively seeking ways to generate non-interest income, external partnerships and collaborations, and more!
Credit unions that succeed long-term take a proactive approach to seizing these opportunities for growth. Learn how to swiftly implement your growth strategy and position your organization for success in the upcoming webinar “Finding the Best Path for Growth: Strategies for Credit Unions” presented by Capstone Managing Director, John Dearing, and hosted by National Cooperative Bank.
Webinar topics include:
- New ideas for strategic growth
- How to evaluate and prioritize your options for growth
- New ways to generate non-interest income
- How to use collaborations, partnership and strategic acquisitions as a growth strategy
- Exploring CUSO investment opportunities
- Developing strategic criteria
- Tools for exploration and execution of a strategic growth plan for your credit union
Date: Thursday, June 23, 2016
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM ET
About Your Presenter
John Dearing is a Managing Director at Capstone, an advisory firm focused on helping companies grow through proactive, strategic growth programs. We have helped numerous credit union and CUSO leaders develop, evaluate, and implement initiatives for growth.
About National Cooperative Bank
National Cooperative Bank (NCB) provides comprehensive banking services to cooperatives and member-owned organizations. NCB was created to address the financial needs of an underserved market niche – people who join together cooperatively to meet personal, social or business needs. Given our shared cooperative roots, credit unions and NCB have had a mutually beneficial relationship since NCB’s inception.