join us for our annual EVENT

 

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

Type Attendee With Guest*
Preregistered: $875 $1,250*
Early Bird:
(Until 7/1/18)
$975 $1,350*
Member Registration: $1,050 $1,425*
Non-Member: $1,300 $1,675*
  • 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 guests $375

Conference Scholarships Available

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MAPS, AIRPORTS & TRANSPORTATION


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!

Tuesday 10/1


Golf

Florida golf doesn't get any better than Bayou

Florida golf doesn't get any better than Bayou

Founded in 1991, the Bayou Club was designed by legendary golf course architect Tom Fazio. Located in the heart of Pinellas County, the award-winning private championship course is the luxurious centerpiece of the exclusive Bayou community. The Bayou Club was the host site of the Eckerd Pro-Am with 20 PGA Tour professionals including Gary Player, Ian Baker-Finch and Jeff Maggert paired with local club professionals. The outstanding course layout gently weaves its way through oaks, pines, marshes and bayous. Water comes into play on 16 holes. The sights and sounds of nature abound. Great blue herons, playful otters, manatees, jumping fish and bald eagle sightings enrich your golf experience. Lush Bermuda fairways and new CHAMPION Dwarf Bermudagrass greens ~ the same putting surface found on 12 PGA Tour venues, including Pinehurst No. 2. In the National Turfgrass Evaluation, CHAMPION had STIMPmeter speeds at nearly 2 feet faster than other ultradwarf grasses.

T-Off 8:00 a.m.
$150 per player + $55 Rental clubs if needed. Includes round trip transportation

1st Place Team $200 / 2nd Place Team $100
Closest to the pin $100 prize / Longest Drive $100 prize / Hole in One $50,000


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Arriving early! Take advantage of all Clearwater Beach and the Sandpearl Resort has to offer.

Enjoy a relaxing afternoon on the sand or sipping tropical cocktails by our zero-entry pool. Indulge in personalized pampering at the Spa at Sandpearl or kayak through Florida's spectacular estuaries. Sandpearl Resort also offers a variety of enrichment programs that include dolphin encounters, organic food and wine tastings, and tours of the resort’s impressive art collection. 

Discover the endless delights that await you at Sandpearl Resort by taking a tour;  www.sandpearl.com

Contact your personal concierge 727.674.4185 to make arrangements

PRE CONFERENCE SESSIONS

Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) Compliance Training for Volunteers 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Examiners are looking for this training…volunteers need to be familiar with BSA requirements. Attendees will walk through an overview and historical background of BSA and learn the specifics every board must actively keep up with, such as BSA policy, risk assessment, ongoing training, and Suspicious Activity Report filings.

First Responder Credit Union Peer-to-Peer Analysis 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Expect an informative and lively discussion that examines first responder niche credit unions across the nation and how we stack up against the broader population. Utilizing the powerful financial analysis software for credit unions, Grant Sheehan presents Callahan & Associates' Peer-to-Peer assessment and analysis for first responder credit unions, conference credit unions and individual assessments for each credit union. Grant will facilitate an engaging discussion with CEO's, management and financial minded volunteers to explore areas of strength and opportunities unique to our credit unions serving firefighters and first responders. 


Welcome Reception

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Meet and greet on the beach!

6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. “Welcome to Clearwater Beach, FL” “Supported by our Conference Sponsor”
Come meet and greet old friends and make new ones. Open bar with hors d'oeuvres. Start your first evening in Clearwater right! Included in attendee, guest and exhibitor registration.


Wednesday 10/2

Guest Tour

Salvador Dali Museum

Salvador Dali Museum

Day trip to St Petersburg. Visit the Dali museum or take your time and visit the city of St Petersburg. Things to do and see.

The man. The master. The marvel. Salvador Dali is one of the most celebrated artists of all time. His fiercely technical yet highly unusual paintings, sculptures and visionary explorations in film and life-size interactive art ushered in a new generation of imaginative expression. From his personal life to his professional endeavors, he always took great risks and proved how rich the world can be when you dare to embrace pure, boundless creativity.

You will arrive in the city by 10:00 am and leave at 2:00 pm. Lots of time to see what St Petersburg has to offer. $35 includes transportation and ticket to Dali museum.


General Sessions 

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!

Attendee Meet & Greet

Jerry Horwedel Chairman NCOFCU

Jerry Horwedel Chairman NCOFCU

Jerry Horwedel Chairman NCOFCU

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.

Keynote Speakers

Terry E Wright

Terry E Wright

Terry E. Wright is a graduate of Airport High School located in Carleton Mich. He completed his Bachelors of Science Degree in Communications and Business at Union University in Jackson Tenn. He enlisted in the U.S Army after graduating from College. He was selected to attend Officer Candidate School while in basic training. He completed U.S. Army Jump School, Officer Candidate School, and the U.S. Army Field Artillery Basic Course. Terry served his active duty time at Ft. Hood in Killeen Texas. Terry has also been a successful business consultant and coach during the past several years. He specializes in change management, leadership development, and individual and team communications. Terry has given over 5,000 speeches on a variety of subjects, to a myriad of audiences.

Steven Rick

Steven Rick

Steven Rick is the Chief Economist for CUNA Mutual Group in Madison, Wisconsin. His primary responsibilities include conducting strategic research, analysis, and forecasting of the financial services industry with special emphasis on the consumer and credit union markets. Steve’s forecasts serve as a starting point for the strategic planning process and help to create a clear understanding of the underlying trends and links between the general economy, the financial services industry, and CUNA Mutual’s policyowners. Steve publishes the Credit Union Trends Report, a monthly “pulse check” on the economic state of the credit union movement. He has authored a textbook on asset-liability management for credit union executives. Before joining CMG Steve was the Senior Economist for CUNA & Affiliate’s Economics & Statistics Department for 22 years. Steve also serves on the Board of Directors of the University of Wisconsin Credit Union, a $1.9 billion financial institution. Steve also holds a senior lecturer position with the Economics Department at the University of Wisconsin where he teaches the money & banking and macroeconomics courses. Steve is also the facilitator and instructor of the Stanford Bank Game, a computerized bank simulation, for CUNA Management School. He also has two years experience as a bank simulation advisor for the Prochnow Graduate School of Banking. Mr. Rick has a B.A. in Economics from Moorhead State University; a B.S. in Finance from Moorhead University; and a M.S. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is also ABD Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

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Seth Jaffe is Vice President of the Incident Response Practice at LEO Cyber Security.  In his role at LEO, Seth assists clients in the preparation, maturation, testing, and training of all things incident response, leveraging his fifteen years’ experience in NASA’s Mission Control to bring a unique perspective to the industry. Prior to LEO, Seth held the position of technology attorney at a major U.S. airline, where he was the lead Legal team member on the Incident Response Team, tasked with developing incident response procedures and policies, facilitating effective emergency communication with other team members, and responding to actual incidents, should they occur.  Seth also sat on an executive steering committee charged with making strategic decisions about the company incident response plan and socializing cyber security issues to executives.  Earlier in his career, Seth worked in Mission Control at NASA’s Manned Spaceflight Center, where he was certified on both the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station (“ISS”), and served the role of senior flight controller, evaluator, and instructor.  In the Mission Control environment, Seth trained candidates to react to time-sensitive emergency situations.  He took part in over 100 simulations and logged over 3000 hours flying the ISS, experience he draws upon in his incident response practice.  Seth is also a Certified Business Continuity Profession

Annual Meeting

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NCOFCU, where we are today and looking into the future. As we come together in Clearwater Beach, let's unite and do what credit union people do best, work together. Now more than ever before, unity is the foundation of success not only in business strategies but also in building lasting relationships that will enable us to forge ahead.


Thursday 10/3

General Sessions 

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!

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"Dinner On the Beach"

Our Thursday night dinner will be on the beach, weather permitting, so that you can enjoy the Florida sunset!

6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Included with attendee, guest & exhibitor registrations


Friday 10/4

General Sessions 

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!

Closing Discussions

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Executives and volunteers will discuss their takeaways and what they would like to see further discussed throughout the year and at next year's conference in New Orleans, LA.

Conference Close Out, Prizes And Looking Forward To 2020

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


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.