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Indirect lending is NCUA webinar focus
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (10/27/10)—Balancing the risks and rewards of indirect lending is the subject of an upcoming webinar to be sponsored by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Nov. 9. National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) board member Gigi Hyland will host the session, which the announcement said will draw from the diverse expertise at the NCUA Central Office and NCUA Regional Offices. "Indirect Lending: Balancing the Risks and Rewards" will provide guidance, best practices and insight into examination of indirect lending, and will highlight the recently issued Letter to Credit Unions 10-CU-15, “Indirect Lending and Appropriate Due Diligence.” Those making presentations include:
* Board member Gigi Hyland; * Timothy Segerson, director of supervision, NCUA Office of Examination & Insurance; * Marcus Vander Wall, program officer, NCUA Office of Examination & Insurance; and * Victoria Bennett, regional lending specialist, NCUA Region V.
The panelists will provide an examiner’s perspective as well as that of experts in the agency’s central office.Office of Examination & Insurance in the Central Office. The webinar is designed to be interactive, with questions and answers an integral part of the presentation.
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