HARRISBURG, Pa. (3/12/12)--The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association met Tuesday with two members of the Pennsylvania Department of Banking's new business unit, the Office of Client Financial Services, which aims to provide proactive outreach to the state's financial services companies.
Two members of the unit's Area Executives Team, Donna Riling and Becky MacDicken, visited PCUA's headquarters in Harrisburg and reviewed the new initiative with PCUA President/CEO Jim McCormack and Senior Vice President Mike Wishnow (Life is a Highway April 11).
During the next few weeks, the team of six Area Executives will visit credit unions across the state to gather information on the state of the economy and regulatory issues facing financial institutions. They will call on both state-chartered and federally chartered credit unions to take back detailed information to Banking Secretary Glenn Moyer, PCUA said.
"We welcome this Relationship Manager program and the efforts of the Area Executives team [members], as they collect regulatory feedback from credit unions and other regulated institutions," said McCormack. "Working together, we can help the department develop fair and consistent regulatory policies for all financial institutions," he added.
Riling works in the Western area and MacDicken in Southcentral. Other Area Executives are: Dick Moriarty, Central; Felix Zorrilla, Northcentral; Rosemary Garland, Northeast; and Kevin Pyle, Southeast.