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27Nov

The Right Amount of Capital: A Conversation with Bill Hampel

 

 

In this month’s edition of C-Suite Interviews, John Janclaes sits down with Bill Hampel, former Chief Economist and Chief Policy Officer of CUNA. Join John and Bill as they discuss all things surrounding the concept of capital. Bill gives his unique insight into what the right amount of capital is every aspect of the credit union, how CECL will have an impact on capital, and how capital ties into the ever important goal of returning more value for your CU.

About the Author

John Jancleas

John Jancleas

CEO
Partners Federal Credit Union

John Janclaes has more than thirty years of experience in the financial services industry, spanning retail banking, brokerage, and insurance. 

John is founder of The CEO Corner, an online forum to help business leaders and their organizations thrive

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