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NCUA sets Town Hall meetings
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (9/1/09)—Chairman Deborah Matz of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) announced three upcoming Town Hall meetings to discuss corporate credit union and other credit union issues. The meeting schedule:
* Tuesday, Sept. 15, St. Louis, Mo.; * Wednesday, Sept. 30, National Harbor, Md., which is in the Washington, D.C. area; and * Monday, Oct. 5, San Diego, Ca.
In her announcement Matz said, “These Town Hall meetings will provide an invaluable and important venue to have genuine dialogue about a variety of critical issues. “The dislocations experienced by the financial markets have had a significant effect on both corporate and natural person credit unions, and it is incumbent on NCUA and the industry to come together in a forward-looking and reasoned manner to find solutions. “ The ongoing corporate rulemaking is but one element of this process; I am hopeful that, working together, we can turn the broader challenges into a catalyst for changes that will set a course for an even brighter future for the credit union industry.” Use the resource links below to access registration.
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