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Final chance for an NCUA session on corp. CUs
ALEXANDRIA, VA. (2/5/10)—The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) wrapped up its series of live Town Hall meetings on corporate credit union issues in Florida yesterday, and reminds stakeholders there is one more change to participate before the comment period on proposed changes to the system ends March 9. The NCUA will conclude its series of two-way conversations with the credit union industry by hosting a virtual Town Hall meeting Thursday, Feb. 18, 2010. The agency encourages those who were unable to attend a live Town Hall meeting, or those with additional thoughts or comments to register for the online session. This series of meetings, the second initiated by the NCUA, started in September and has been billed by the agency as a “nationwide listening tour." The final session in Florida featured a crowd of over 125 credit union stakeholders and detailed discussion of the proposed corporate rule and related issues, such as the proposed field-of-membership rule, alternative capital, and continuing economic challenges facing natural-person credit unions. To participate in the virtual session, register meeting by accessing “Upcoming Events” using the link below.
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