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Regulators MBL view NCUA webinar now archived
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (1/8/10)—Credit unions and others interested in the regulators perspective on member business lending (MBL) can now access an archived version of the National Credit Union Administration’s (NCUA’s) webinar on the subject. Available online through the agency website, the archive includes the actual webinar, the webinar PowerPoint presentation, and a webinar transcript, as well as and frequently answered questions (FAQs). The detailed slides, transcript, and FAQs provide guidance, best practices and insight into examination of member business lending. "This webinar offers credit unions insights into federal and state regulators’ perspectives on member business lending," noted NCUA board member Gigi Hyland in announcing the online availability. She added, “I hope credit unions will avail themselves of the information and resources in order to facilitate their conversations with examiners on this topic.” The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) supports proposed legislation to increase the statutory MBL cap to 25% of assets, up from the current 12.25%. CUNA continues to advocate such a change to key Obama administration officials and on Capitol Hill. Use the recess link to access the NCUA webinar.
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