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Corporate Central Holds Annual Meeting and Announces Board of Directors

GREEN BAY, Wis. – May 14, 2018 – Corporate Central Credit Union held its 37th Annual Meeting last week at the KI Convention Center in Green Bay, Wis. The event ran in conjunction with the Wisconsin Credit Union League’s Annual Convention and supported The League’s collaborative theme of “Move in Concert.”

Chris Felton presenting at the Annual Meeting

Chris Felton, Corporate Central President/CEO, addresses the audience.

“The credit union movement is a symphony. When we all move in concert, work together toward common goals, we not only define the credit union philosophy by our very actions, we collectively drive forward the credit union movement itself,” said Chris Felton, Corporate Central President/CEO. “Corporate Central wholeheartedly thanks our members, our volunteers, and The League for working together with us to continually find ways to improve people’s lives.”

“Keeping members at the forefront of everything credit unions do will bring success to both members and credit unions,” said Eric Chrisinger, Corporate Central Chairman. “Corporate Central’s collaborative initiatives with organizations like The League, CUNA, CUES, NASCUS, and Filene are based on that fundamental premise of keeping members front-and-center. We are grateful for our partners’ shared values and we thank them for their vital role in advancing the credit union mission.”

Reports from leadership announced that Corporate Central remained financially strong throughout 2017 and continued to grow membership nationwide.

Felton’s membership address focused on recent strategic initiatives undertaken to build Corporate Central’s service offerings, announcing that the organization’s newest CUSOs – QuantyPhi balance sheet optimization, and Emergifi technology solutions – are actively serving credit unions and available to any credit union seeking performance or technology assistance. Felton also noted that Corporate Central’s digital transformation efforts have allowed staff to provide members secure, resilient, efficient, and flexible service from anywhere, at any time, and from any device – as proven in a recent business resiliency test.

“2017 was a year of building at Corporate Central. We are calling 2018 the ‘Year of the Member’ because we are particularly focused on utilizing all of our new tools and resources to make our members’ lives better, easier, and more efficient. We want to help them be ‘Wildly’ successful year after year,” Felton said.

To conclude his address, Felton debuted a new Corporate Central video, titled #iCreditUnion, which defines the credit union difference and the deep emotional connection members have with their credit unions.

iCreditUnion Video Snippet

Watch the video that asks credit union members and employees: Why do you credit union?

During the elections report, Corporate Central declared the following directors for a three-year term:

  • Daniel Ige, “Golden Rule” Community Credit Union
  • Jay Magulski, Landmark Credit Union
  • Val Mindak, Park City Credit Union

Corporate Central’s 2018–2019 executive committee was determined as follows:

  • Chairman, Eric Chrisinger, Co-op Credit Union
  • Vice Chairman, Sally Dischler, Heartland Credit Union
  • Secretary, Jay Magulski, Landmark Credit Union
  • Treasurer, Peter Paulson, Corporate America Family Credit Union

Following the Annual Meeting, Felton and The League’s President/CEO, Brett Thompson, held a town hall meeting to address the state of the credit union movement. Membership in attendance learned how developing issues and trends will impact their credit unions and members.

During a general session, the Wisconsin Innovation Group – a collaborative initiative between Corporate Central, The League, Filene Research Institute and credit unions statewide – presented several groundbreaking ideas for new credit union financial products, services, and business models.

“The future looks bright,” Felton said. “Working together, we will continue to find new and better ways to serve members and thrive.”

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