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NCUA schedules a post-corporate CU rule town hall meeting
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (9/22/10)--The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), scheduled to consider a new corporate credit union regulatory regime on Friday, will quickly follow up its action with an informational session for credit unions on Monday. NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz announced Tuesday that the agency will host a free, town hall-style webinar Monday, Sept. 27 from 3 -5 p.m. (EST) featuring detailed discussion of NCUA’s initiatives to strengthen the corporate credit union system. “This new corporate rule is so important, we want to use every venue to reach a many stakeholders as possible,” Matz said in a release. “We want to explain the rule and answer questions so credit union leaders understand the new landscape and what it means for them.” The session will also provide an update on the NCUA’s plan to resolve corporate legacy assets. (See related story: Special NCUA meeting goes beyond corporate CU rule.) Participants may submit questions in advance of the live session. Registration is currently open. Use the resource link below.
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