Are Cryptocurrencies Here to Stay?
A Discover Webinar from CUNA Mutual Group can help answer many of your cryptocurrency questions. Do you have a strategy in plaqce? Is cryptocurrency a risk or an opportunity for your credit union? How will it impact financial institutions, and what role will it play in the future?
Learn all this and more at a wide-ranging talk from one of the world’s leading experts on Cryptocurrencies! This Discovery Webinar will take place on Wednesday, April 13 at 1:00 p.m. CT. Register here.
Capital CU Announces New Business Services VP
Capital Credit Union has announced the hiring of Tom Ternes as business services vice president at their Main Office in Bismarck. Ternes has 10 years of professional experience in the financial services industry. As business services vice president, he will be responsible for delivering business products and services to existing and prospective credit union members. He’ll also look for opportunities to provide additional products and services to business members. Ternes joins the Capital Credit Union team from Bank of North Dakota where he had worked since 2012. He graduated from Minnesota State University Moorhead in 2008 with bachelor’s degrees in elementary education and mathematics. Ternes also earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Mary in 2012. In addition, he graduated from the North Dakota Bankers Association's Dakota School of Banking in 2016. Ternes and his wife, Chelsea, live in Bismarck with their three children.
Missouri Valley Chapter CEO Panel Event
The Missouri Valley Chapter of Credit Unions has planned a CEO Panel Event for Tuesday, April 12 at The Historic Mandan Depot, 401 W. Main St, Mandan. Meet at 5:30 p.m. for social and food, followed by CEO panel discussion with open forum questions starting at 6:00 p.m. Attending CEOs include: Steve Schmitz, First Community CU; Vance Reinbold, Capital CU; Steve DeLap, Vue Community CU; and Paul Brucker, Railway CU. RSVP here.
Maurie C. Byrne Chapter Meeting
The Maurie C. Byrne Chapter has scheduled their meeting for Tuesday, April 12 at Up North Pizza Pub – 314 4th Street NW – East Grand Forks MN. Meet at 6:00 p.m. for social, followed by dinner and program: State of the Association to be presented by Jay Kruse, Chief Advocacy Officer with Dakota Credit Union Association. RSVP to Connie Johnston by Wednesday, April 6, 2022.
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