Webinars & events
Come learn with us and jump-start your success with interactive webinars featuring cutting-edge information from experienced facilitators that are designed to help you understand not only product details but how to achieve financial success, reduce your risks, and better serve your members.
Discovery2023 Conference On-Demand
Developing the Digital Credit Union Ecosystem of the Future
Our Discovery conference takes place in August each year and is one of the largest virtual credit union conferences. View Discovery2023 on-demand and gain insights to help with your strategic planning discussions as we head into 2024.View on-demand hub
Discovery Webinar Series
Boosting Member Engagement: Unveiling Key Moments of Receptivity for Digital Products
OCT 11 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CT
Discover impactful marketing strategies with Amy Robertson and Erika Romenesko from TruStage™. Gain insights from consumer research and testing tools, identify receptivity moments, enhance engagement, and align efforts with member needs.
Next Fintech Forum topic coming soon
NOV 1, 12 PM CT
Risk Management virtual events are exclusively available at no additional cost to TruStage™ bond policyholders. By clicking register now, you will be taken to the Business Protection Resource Center (BPRC) to register for the event. User ID and password are required. Sign up for an account and request access.
On-demand Webinar: Lending & Compliance Landscape
OCT 18 1:00 – 2:00 PM CT
As changes move across the lending and compliance landscape, credit unions are working to understand and evolve. Join us as we discuss emerging risks and provide tips for managing risk as the landscape continues to change.
Webinar: Employer Practices, Rights & Obligations
NOV 15 1:00 – 2:00 PM CT
With changes in today's workplace, employers must exercise caution with staffing and HR practices. Join us to discuss how to appropriately address employer risks, rights & obligations.
Webinar: Active Assailant Incidents
DEC 13 1:00 – 2:00 PM CT
Active assailant situations are often over within minutes and before law enforcement arrives; individuals must be prepared both mentally and physically to respond. Unfortunately, preparing is a lot like trying to teach instinct.