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Free NCUA town-hall webinar slated for Feb. 17
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (1/18/11)--On February 17, National Credit Union Administration Chairman Debbie Matz will host her next “Virtual Town Hall” to address the agency’s initiatives to reform the corporate credit union system, minimize costs to consumer credit unions, and promote financial literacy for credit union volunteers. In an announcement delivered while addressing the Virginia Credit
Click to view larger image NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz is shown here (center standing) in October as she answers questions at the final 2010 town hall meeting on the agency’s Corporate Credit Union Resolution Plan. She will conduct here next virtual town hall meeting on corporate credit union and other issues on Feb. 17. (NCUA Photo)
Union League’s Northern Virginia Chapter, Matz said, “NCUA is moving forward on several initiatives this year to strengthen the safety and soundness of credit unions, which will keep assessments and premiums as low as possible.” She said the agency believes the free webinar will be “an efficient way to clearly communicate our initiatives and open a new dialog with stakeholders.” Live webinar viewers will be able to write in questions on any topic. An archived version will be available on the NCUA website for those who can’t participate. A webinar registration link will be posted at www.ncua.gov by early February.


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