“We are deluged with economic data every day. What is often missing is the “so what?” The Brick & Associates conferences provide us with this very important missing piece. An equally valuable benefit for us from attending this annual conference is it prepares our volunteers to ask better questions. The level of discussion, and debate, at our ALCO meetings has been significantly elevated because of these conferences. If budgetary constraints require you to cut back on conference attendance, I would suggest that this is one you keep on the “must go to” list.”

– New Hampshire FCU in Concord, NH

“We consider Brick & Associates, Inc. as a valued partner, one who has provided our Credit Union with vigorous ALM guidance to foster our growth and protect our safety and soundness.”

– Down East CU in Baileyville, ME

“We have used Brick & Associates, Inc. for over 20 years and consider them an integral part of financial planning and success.”

– Team One CU in Saginaw, MI

“I just wanted to extend my thanks for a great Board/ALCO Training Session. The Board commented on how well the information was presented and how easy it was to understand and follow along. I can tell you that the Board was completely engaged for the entire two hours! Your analysis was so timely given the ALM challenges we are facing. You’ve provided a fresh prospective and I fully believe it will make my job so much easier as we continue these discussions.”

-Rhode Island CU in Providence, RI


“I heard many comments from other credit unions that this year’s conference carried messages that directly addressed what they were experiencing in this shrinking margin and pressured liquidity environment. Our experience is no different. I came home with fresh ideas to attack the problem instead of crouching in a corner and waiting for it to blow over. The Brick Conference always delivers a shot-in-the-arm that gives me my yearly booster that I always seem to need. Tough times require tough decisions and if we’re not all on the same page strategically, then unnecessary board and management friction could eat away at the organization.”

-American Southwest CU in Sierra Vista, AZ