The Pulse | 09-18-2018

Volume 7, Issue 36

The Pulse Archive


Registration open for 2019 CUNA GAC

The biggest credit union advocacy event of the year is just around the corner. Credit Union National Association and the Minnesota Credit Union Network invite you to join us March 10 through 14 in Washington D.C. for the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference to rally around our united cause and tell legislators how their lawmaking affects credit unions and their more than 110 million members.


The Minnesota Credit Union Network is coordinating Hill visits for CUNA GAC attendees, at which you will meet with your representatives on Capitol Hill and have meaningful conversations about the importance of credit unions. We need you there.


CUNA GAC offers an action-packed schedule. With keynotes from influential leaders in politics and business, breakout sessions examining key compliance and advocacy topics, and the largest vendor showcase in the credit union industry, there are many chances to learn about key issues and ideas. The time you spend in Washington will also connect you with other credit union leaders from around the country.


More information, including details about the Minnesota room block, are included on the GAC page of the Network website.


With questions, contact MnCUN Director of Government Affairs Ryan Smith by email or by phone at 651-288-5533.





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JMFA Joins Network Service Corporation as a Strategic Partner

JMFA offers a comprehensive line of programs, support and consulting services on revenue enhancement, contract negotiations, and recruitment services for the executive-level to project and contract staffing.


For more than three decades, John M. Floyd and Associates (JMFA) has delivered solid results to over 2,200 clients in all 50 states. That translates to billions in increased pre-tax earnings for their clients, as a direct result of their programs and strategies.


“The Network Service Corporation seeks to develop relationships with service providers that will help the state’s credit unions meet the ever-evolving financial needs of their members,” said Network Service Corporation Chief Operations Officer John Ferstl. “We are proud to add JMFA as a strategic partner dedicated to providing effective business management tools to financial institutions.”


For additional information about JMFA, visit To see a full listing of NSC Strategic Partners, visit the Solutions Directory online.

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