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Message from the Council President
Happy New Year! The Banking Institutions & Credit Unions Council (BICUC) of IFMA is re-energized, re-vamping, and re-focused. The programmatic theme this year is the Branch of the Future: Challenges, Successes, Lessons Learned. The Resources Tab has recordings of our recent webinars for your review and use.
The BICUC is looking for volunteers. We are relaunching a newsletter, providing monthly webinars, launching a new look and feel for the webiste, etc. We want to provide the programs and resources our membership needs. Your needs are our needs and therefore we need your input and participation help provide the latest information for all of our members. Our committees could use a bit of your time. If you have 2-3 hours a month you could spare, one of our committees could use your assistance. If you are a CFM this is a win-win opportunity. Participating in Council committees provides a number of CFM maintenance points and the Council benefits from your knowledge and experience.
Contact me at 540-557-7036 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss volunteer options.
Thank you for your consideration!
Susan E. Moury, CFM
Business Continuity Coordinator
Tower Federal Credit Union
The Banking Institutions & Credit Union Council focuses on issues such as security, money handling, bank equipment and regulations, customer liability, drive up-lanes, information privacy, disaster recovery, occupancy expense management, leasing, project management and benchmarking. Educational and networking sessions are a focus at meetings and monthly webinars.
The BICUC membership is open to IFMA members who have responsibility for facility management in Banking and Credit Union retail facilities. The mission of the Council is to provide members with all of the resources necessary for them to deliver “Best in Class” service to their organizations.
Are you already an IFMA member and want to become a member of the Banking Institutions and Credit Union Council? Click here or contact Joshua Amos, Component Liaison at email@example.com.