Tom Glatt To Speak at Director’s Roundtable Conference

Tom Glatt

Join Glatt Consulting’s Tom Glatt, Jr. at CU Conferences’ 2014 National Directors Roundtable Conference! The conference is designed to help credit union executives and volunteers better understand the latest issues faced by the credit union movement. It is scheduled for October 13–17, 2014 and will be held at the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, California. Tom is a conference speaker and will deliver a session entitled “The Health of the Credit Union Community.”

Session Description

Reports abound of credit union successes, with regulators to trade associations touting industry gains in membership growth, loan growth, net worth, etc. Why, then, does the number of credit unions continue to decline at a constant pace quarter after quarter?

In this hard-hitting session, Tom Glatt, Jr. will explore the disconnect between news headlines and real credit union health trends – and in the process highlight the critical areas of strategic failure, focus, and opportunity that you must consider as you prepare your credit union for a successful future.

Conference Description/Details

There is so much opportunity for growth and increased earnings. Credit unions continue to get stronger and stronger. But we all need some guidance on how to continue to grow and prosper. Join fellow credit union board chairs, directors, supervisory committee members, CEOs and other credit union professionals from across the country for outstanding educational sessions and profitable networking that focuses on the key issues neccessary for continued growth.

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