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Administrations Finance Council announces first meeting
WASHINGTON (11/8/10)—President Barack Obama's Advisory Council on Financial Capability will hold its first meeting on Nov. 30. Defense Credit Union Council President/CEO Arty Arteaga is among those taking part in the meeting. The group, according to an Administration release, is comprised of two ex officio Federal officials and an additional 11 non-governmental members with experience in the areas of financial services, consumer protection, financial access, and education. The group has been tasked with promoting and enhancing “individuals' and families' financial capability,” according to the release. “Organizational matters and strategic areas of focus” will be the focus of this first meeting, the release added. The meeting will be open to members of the general public.


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