Access ‘Your Economy—Your Credit Union' Conference Here

(L-R) Robert Eyler, independent economist, labor market specialist, and housing expert; Jay Prag, inflation and consumer price expert, affordable housing board chair, and economics professor; and Bob Larson, financial support consultant for CUNA Mutual Group
(L-R) Robert Eyler, independent economist, labor market specialist, and housing expert; Jay Prag, inflation and consumer price expert, affordable housing board chair, and economics professor; and Bob Larson, financial support consultant for CUNA Mutual Group

Your recorded access to our Your Economy—Your Credit Union virtual conference from July 20 is HERE! Those without an eTrain log-in/account will need to create one before placing their order, which you can create within seconds for free.

This three-speaker, two-hour recorded event is $125 for Power Learner Passport (PLP) subscribers, $145 for non-Power Learner Passport (PLP) subscribers, and $195 for non-members of the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues.

However, you may always help yourself to the following complimentary League-member resources as your credit union plans for 2022: Local/Regional Economic Forecast Summaries, the Credit Union Regional Data/Trend Snapshots (quarterly), and the Quarterly Credit Union Performance Report (1Q 2021).

The Leagues look forward to engaging credit union leaders on these topics as the year progresses. Stay tuned for additional economic-update webinars/discussions hosted by the Leagues and Dr. Robert Eyler going into autumn and winter.

Archived July 20th Conference Details (Recorded)
Inflation. Housing. Labor markets. Consumers — and YOUR credit union. It was ALL at this year’s Your Economy—Your Credit Union Conference, created for C-level executives, senior management and board directors as they strategically plan for 2022.

On July 20, we dove into:

  • 2022 is coming: Now what? California and Nevada’s local economies, jobs, credit union members and COVID-19 response for strategic planning.
  • Migration patterns, labor/worker trends, housing markets, leading indicators, and state business environment and policies coming out of Sacramento and Carson City.
  • Hardest-hit credit union members and their plight versus everyone else: loans, deposits, growth, and risk scenarios.
  • Could inflation stay higher for longer? What it means, and why credit unions and their members should care.
  • Consumer pricing’s causes and future effects — and where real estate/housing fits into the entire picture.
  • Demand-versus-supply COVID recession and policy responses: putting inflation in context for your forward strategy.

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