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SAS Summits target issues specific to smaller credit union needs

Secure your spot at the LSCU Small Asset Size Credit Union Summits at various locations throughout Alabama, Florida and Georgia in April and May. These educational events are designed for credit unions under $50 million in assets but may also be appropriate for credit unions under $100 million in assets.

SAS Credit Union Summits provide insightful information on current topics for smaller credit unions, as well as opportunities to network with your peers.

“We anticipate these summits will be helpful in pinpointing issues that affect credit unions in the smaller asset range,” said Jennifer Martin, LSCU’s senior vice president of strategic initiatives. “By targeting specific areas of interest, we are able to give credit unions the insight they need.”

Summits will be held at the following locations:

  • Atlanta, Ga., on April 28
  • Tallahassee, Fla., on April 30
  • Mobile, Ala., on May 12
  • Birmingham, Ala., on May 14
  • Hollywood, Fla., on May 19
  • Tampa, Fla., on May 21


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