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CU performance LICU eligibility more on NCUA webinar agenda
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (9/11/12)--Corporate credit unions, recently finalized and proposed rules, and the overall performance of the credit union industry will all be topics of conversation when the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) hosts its next online town hall webinar on Oct. 4.

The webinar is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. ET and will be hosted by NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz. The webinar is free of charge and is open to all in the credit union industry.

"Because credit unions can't always come to NCUA, NCUA comes to them with webinars," Matz said. The online town hall events provide timely information about NCUA initiatives and continue an open dialogue with credit union stakeholders, she added. "Our industry is going through many changes, and credit unions need to know about the latest developments at NCUA. I hope credit union professionals and volunteers will join us to hear what's going on and ask questions," Matz said.

The webinar will also include discussion of the NCUA's low-income credit union eligibility and regulatory modernization initiatives, and the agency's new Office of National Examinations and Supervision.

To register for the webinar, use the resource link.
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