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Members United Corporate roundtable looks at trends
ALBANY, N.Y. (7/1/10)--Members United Corporate FCU hosted three, one-day CFO Roundtable events in Worcester, Mass., Garden City, N.Y., and East Windsor, N.J., bringing together credit union CEOs, chief financial officers (CFO) and chief information officers. The CFO Roundtable featured presentations from National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) representatives who shared NCUA’s perspective on economic trends and areas of focus during future examinations by the agency. Presenters included:
* Marcia Sarrazin, associate regional director, NCUA; * Terrence Adam, supervisory examiner, NCUA; * Mark Cantor, supervisory examiner, NCUA; * Roy Gray, supervisory examiner, NCUA; * Steve Simon, supervisory examiner, NCUA; * Paul Richard, executive vice president/CFO, Webster First FCU; Worcester, Mass.; * Benjamin Dubbrin, manager, business development, Altisource Portfolio Solutions; and * James Zeldin, senior vice president, mortgage services and business development, Altisource Portfolio Solutions; * John J. Almeida, senior director, Financial Product Sales, Balance Sheet Solutions LLC; * James Mathews, senior analyst, Investment Advisory, Balance Sheet Solutions LLC; * Gregg Perry, account executive, Balance Sheet Solutions LLC;
Members United will host another roundtable event Oct. 14-15 in Verona, N.Y.


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