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2014 Annual Convention & Exposition 2014 Annual Convention & Exposition

Annual Convention
and Exposition

Ideas to Reimagine and Reinvent Credit Unions

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AC&E Wrap Up

Event Highlights

21st Annual MCUL Charity Golf Outing

Credit union professionals came together in support of Children's Miracle Network Hospitals at the 21st Annual Michigan Credit Union League Charity Golf Outing. That’s where we asked your credit union counterparts for some tips that may or may not help you improve your game.

Advocating for Credit Unions

On the first official day of the 2015 MCUL AC&E, attendees were treated to a day of advocacy, complete with insightful speeches from a host of speakers, including DIFS Director Pat McPharlin, CUNA's Rich Meade, ProfitStar's Lee Wetherington and the Chief Information Officer at the White House during part of President George W. Bush's tenure - Theresa Payton

The Power of Simple

Ken Segall, the advertising executive behind Apple's 'Think Different' Campaign, treated AC&E attendees to a humorous keynote about the need to keep things simple -- Ken later spoke with CUBE TV to elaborate on how credit unions can incorporate simplicity into their business plans.

"Champions of Michigan"

Featured entertainment by The Water Coolers, an entertainment troupe with a unique take on work and life. 


Keynote Presentations

Building a Stronger Credit Union System
Featuring Michigan Credit Union League & Affiliates
President & CEO David Adams
Issues on the Edge: Breaches, Brains, Mobile and Mary Jane
Featuring Financial Industry Strategist
Lee Wetherington
Combating Cybercrime in the Financial Services Industry
Featuring Former White House
Chief Information Officer Theresa Payton
The Power of Simple
Featuring Former Apple Advertising Executive and
Author Ken Segall


Other Key Sessions and Resources


We look forward to seeing everyone at next year's AC&E
June 9-11, 2016 | Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center

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Questions? Contact us at educate@mcul.org or call 800.262.6285, ext. 225