Join us in Seattle for our 18th. Annual Meeting

2018 Pre-Registration Is Open

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NCOFCU 2018 Annual Meeting & Conference

September 19-22, 2018 Seattle, WA

              

“Great things happen when credit unions serving firefighters and first responders come together. Our Face-to-face interaction is the platform where collaboration begins, relationships
are forged, and ideas are generated.”

The key aspects of this meeting will focus on the collaborative discussions among the attendees from the credit union community. Participants will have the opportunity to sit in on breakout sessions covering a variety of subjects of key interest to credit unions.You'll walk away with:
  • Tools and techniques from credit union leaders
  • Fresh and innovative business strategies – from growing your products to being ready for the next wave of change
  • What you really need to know about the firefighter credit union environment
  • New connections from open forums, networking receptions and special events.

Registration Fees


 Attendee With Guest* 
Preregistered:$825  
$1,200
Early Bird 
(till 8/1/18) :
$925 
$1,325
Registration:$1,025 $1,450
Non Member:$1,275 $1,725

Not a Member?

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  • Full conference registration includes all conference meals, breaks, speakers, round-table/forums, events and entertainment, excluding golf and tours. Golf & Tour registrations are separate and not included.
  • Guest registration includes: Welcome reception, Exhibitors reception, Evening Reception/Dinner, Breakfast all three days
    * additional guest $375

Conference Scholarships Available   Apply HERE

Reserve your rooms HERE 

Renaissance Seattle Hotel

515 Madison Street, Seattle, WA, 98104, US

Hotel contact for group reservations or questions is

CONNIE MUELLER, CMP  EVENT MANAGER

T 206.694.4944   F 206.624.8125

cmueller@renaissanceseattle.com


NCOFCU Has Gone MOBILE  

Stay up to date with our new Conference Program App

We have tried to provide you with what you will need, from arrival information, schedules (on a daily basis), maps, exhibitors & speakers bios, NCOFCU news updates and a few extra neat items like the ability to take notes, text other attendees and post photos directly to the app.  Post to your favorite social media networks and more. Enjoy and have fun with it.

Download the mobile phone app here;  Coming soon!
Download the Pad or PC app here;
  Coming soon!

A Line-up of Amazing Speakers (Still under construction)
We are arranging an amazing line up of speakers. National speakers will cover all of the national governmental and economic issues to date. Attending CEO's and guest speakers will discuss what has worked for them and new issues addressing credit unions!

Tim Harrington
Keynote Speaker

Author, consultant and speaker Tim Harrington has worked with credit unions in 48 states, two territories, Canada and Mexico. His progressive ideas and broad knowledge of credit union issues has made Tim a valuable resource for credit unions nationwide. Tim has spoken to tens of thousands of credit union volunteers and staff and continues to inspire them to improve their credit unions.

Since 1996, Tim has been President of T.E.A.M. Resources, a firm providing consulting, strategic planning, and training to credit unions from coast-to coast. TEAM Resources’ clients range from a few million in assets to the billions in assets.

Welcome Video

Schedule (Click to Enlarge)


Attendee Meet & Greet

Our first session will be the traditional meet and greet the attending credit unions. Each credit union will present a brief description of their credit union any major activities, what has worked for them and what hasn't.  A great opportunity to begin collaboration and have continued discussions throughout the conference so that you  have some takeaways that you may be able to implement at your credit union.


Curt Long
Chief Economist and Vice President of Research NAFCU

Curt Long was named chief economist and vice president of research in July 2017 after having been director of research and chief economist since August 2014. In this role, he serves as the association's chief economic analyst, conducting economic and financial policy research and providing ongoing economic analysis for NAFCU's staff and its member credit unions. Long also helps produce a number of NAFCU's publications – including the quarterly CU Performance Benchmark Report and the monthly Economic & CU Monitor – and its numerous economic forecasts and surveys. In addition, he presents on economic topics at NAFCU events and conferences. 

Long holds a Master's degree in Economics from Texas A&M University and a Bachelor's degree in Accounting from Texas Christian University.

Prior to joining NAFCU, Long practiced his financial skills for a real estate development company in Irving, Texas.


Friday Dinner

The Seattle Aquarium offers a magical dinner venue. Located on Pier 59 at the edge of Puget Sound's Elliott Bay, the Aquarium offers some of the most extraordinary spaces in Seattle. Our dinner will be in the Ackerley Foundation Puget Sound Hall with the luminous Window on Washington Waters, complete with hundreds of fish, our personal interactive party decorations!

6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Included with attendee, guest & exhibitor registrations


 Wednesday Golf

Situated in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Seattle just minutes south of downtown. The course is maintained by the City of Seattle and managed by Premier Golf Centers LLC. The course measures over 6,200 yards and features vistas of the city's skyline and Mt. Rainier. Jefferson Park Golf Course was built in 1915 by the Scotsman Thomas Bendelow, one of America's pioneer golf architects. Other notable courses designed by Bendelow include Medinah CC and Dubsdread CC.

Panel Discussions

Panels of executives and volunteers will discuss what and how worked for them and why they made those decisions.

Conference  close out, prizes and looking forward to 2019

Remember to bring your name badge with you to all events. If tickets are issued, they will be collected by staff as you enter the event or function. If you forget, and some do, please see one of the event staff for assistance.

*Scheduling may change. Check for posted updates or with any NCOFCU board member.

Grant Sheehan CEO
305-951-3306

Means Requires a Registration/Ticket

Cancellations and Substitutions

ALL CANCELLATIONS MUST BE IN WRITING.

If you’re unable to attend, you’re welcome to send a substitute. Or, if you cancel 45 days before the event in writing, you may get a full refund. After that date, there is no refund, but you may use 75% of your registration fee at any future NCOFCU Convention. Registrants who do not cancel and do not attend are liable for the full conference fee.

NCOFCU reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the event due to unforeseen circumstances, and will refund fees if the event is rescheduled or location is changed. In order to be considered for refund, you must cancel your registration due to the change.

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