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AIG Offering Discount On Games

GREENSBORO, N.C.-AIG United Guaranty is offering three new interactive training CDs for mortgage professionals and said it is also offering a "substantial discount" on its teaching games, "Deception Detection" and "The Big Score!" The new CD titles are "How to Build a Successful Marketing Plan," "What's It Worth? Understanding and Analyzing Appraisals," and "Providing Excellent Customer Service." Each CD takes about an hour to complete and includes quizzes to test users' knowledge as they proceed. The cost for each CD is $45, and the games are now available for $50 each, which is one-half the previous price. Shipping and handling are free.

To order: 800-334-8966, ext. 0382, or www.ugcorp.com/trainingopportunities.html.

Discount On Lending, Trust Confab

NAPERVILLE, Ill.-Bator Training & Consulting, Inc. is offering a $100 discount anyone who registers prior to Thanksgiving for its March, 2005 Business Lending & Trust Seminar for Credit Unions. It is to be held at DePaul University's Naperville, Ill. campus in Naperville, March 14-17, 2005. The early-bird registration is $795, and includes attendance to the seminar and a gourmet lunch to be served each of the four days. Discounted lodging is available at the nearby Fairfield Inn of Naperville.

For info: www.btcinc.net.

Business Partners Hits $1B Mark

CHATSWORTH, Calif.- Business Partners, LLC, a CUSO owned by Telesis Community Credit Union, said it has now surpassed more than $1 billion in member business loans serviced. The CUSO, which services more than 100 credit unions ranging from $8 million to $4 billion in assets, said it has never experienced a loan loss in the program. It was launched in 1977.

AssetExchange Brokers 3 Sales

PORTLAND, Ore.-AssetExchange, an independent credit card portfolio brokerage, has brokered the sale of three credit union credit card portfolios to two different buyers.

Selling their portfolios were North Jersey FCU in Totowa, NJ, which sold its $8.3 million credit card portfolio to InfiCorp, and New Horizons Community Credit Union, Denver, which sold a $1.9 million credit card portfolio to Elan, as did California Preferred Credit Union, San Francisco, Calif., which sold its $1.1 million credit card portfolio.

For info: www.AssetExchange.com or (503) 220-0007.

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