Trending on Huddle: Are you a part of the discussion?

Published by: Kim Connor

June 12, 2024 | Member Benefits

Connecting and collaborating are part of what makes the Credit Union Movement unique to financial services and continue to be a cornerstone of its collective success. The League’s online community, Huddle, offers a convenient platform for collaborative engagement with credit union professionals around the state. This virtual space facilitates the exchange of knowledge and experiences among members, encouraging an open dialogue for professionals to share insights, seek advice, and stay informed about timely issues and industry trends.

A few of the top trending Open Discussion channel topics in the last year include:

  • Recent changes to required procedures surrounding vehicle titles;
  • Policy suggestions for DTI lending and joint member account closures;
  • Ideas for creating scholarship and credit-builder programs;
  • Vendor suggestions for cash carriers, mortgage processing, and staff recruitment.

Don’t miss another trending topic or a chance to solicit ideas. Join the Huddle discussions today.

 

 

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Kim Connor
Kim Connor VP, Member Experience E: kconnor@ohiocul.org
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