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March NCUA meeting now available online
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (4/7/14)--If you missed the March 20 National Credit Union Administration open meeting, you can now go online and hear and see all that went on.
 
The March agenda included two items: 
  • A proposed interagency rule on minimum requirements for appraisal management companies; and
  • The Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund quarterly report. 
The NCUA started posting recorded versions of its monthly open meetings in April 2013. The agency says the practice is part of its ongoing efforts to provide transparency--and to give those unable to attend a board meetings the opportunity to become better informed about agency actions.
 
It takes a little while to get the videos up on the website, the agency has explained, so the posting is accessible to the hearing and visually impaired.
 
Use the resource link to access the archived meetings.
 
 
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