2022 Year-in-Review | What’s Next?
Thursday, December 15, 2022 ~ 1:00 PM (CT)
This event is free of charge.
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2022 brought us international conflict, staff shortages, inflation, rapidly rising interest rates and liquidity volatility. Challenges present opportunities and at this session, Alloya’s CEO Todd Adams will summarize how the credit union community has faced these challenges while continuing to increase the value they deliver to their membership. Adams will make a case that the cooperative business model was built for times like this and that the heart of Alloya’s strategic plan continues to beat strongly.
In addition, Adams will discuss the remaining U.S. Central Asset Management Estate dividends and what it means for members.
- Challenges and triumphs in 2022
- Exciting announcements for 2023
- The 10-year roadmap for Alloya
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