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League Annual Business Meeting
Sheraton Hartford South Hotel
100 Capital Blvd
Rocky Hill, CT 06067
Tuesday, May 31, 2022, 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM EDT
Category: Conferences

Join us on Tuesday, May 31st at the Sheraton in Rocky Hill for the 2022 League Annual Meeting. This event is a prime opportunity to network with colleagues, friends, and system partners. Gain insights from top-tier speakers and hear from League leadership on the strategic path forward for your association.

Our newly revamped half-day agenda will energize your strategic neurons and optimize your time away from the office. Join us for an engaging agenda that includes:

  • League Update From Leadership
  • Regulatory Update - Rebecca Paliwodzinski, Assoc. Regional Director of Programs, NCUA
  • Building Successful FinTech Partnerships - CMFG Ventures
  • Foundation Presentation: The CUBFI Impact

To help cover the costs of food, venue, and speaker expenses please consider paying an optional registration fee of $50 per person. Credit unions may also contribute additional funds to cover registration for a small credit union. Plus, save the date for October 12-14, 2022 for our full-scale conference and vendor expo, APEX 2022 at Mohegan Sun.

Credit Union Registration Form

Vendor or Partner? See registration and sponsorship opportunities here.


Building Successful Fintech Partnerships
Strategic fintech partnerships can open the door for credit union possibilities like increased loan volume, accelerated time to market, enhanced member experience, improved productivity, and more. However, finding the right partner for your credit union is key. Join this session to gain tips for building and maintaining successful fintech partnerships.

Laura Sievert, CMFG Ventures
Laura Sievert is part of the investment team at CMFG Ventures, the Venture Capital arm of CUNA Mutual Group. Sievert is responsible for expanding the investment pipeline and executing fintech investments. Sievert is responsible for maintaining post-investment relationships with portfolio companies and helping support the success of the portfolio, including developing post-investment credit union strategies.

Sievert graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Business with a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Investment Banking and Marketing.

Outside of work, Sievert is a part of the New York City fintech ecosystem, supporting local fintech founders to grow their businesses.