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NCUA continues nationwide town halls
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (10/11/10)--The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) this week will continue its series of corporate credit union resolution town halls with meetings set to take place in Atlanta, Detroit, and Columbus, Ohio. The meetings, which give the NCUA an opportunity to explain and gather input on its recently passed corporate credit union and legacy asset plans, were held in Portland, Ore., Boston, and Dallas last week. The NCUA has scheduled five other meetings through Oct. 29. NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz recently said that the NCUA scheduled at least two meetings in each region "to make sure that credit union officials have an opportunity to be personally briefed and ask questions." Matz in a release said that “the Town Hall format has proven to be valuable for all participants.” “From NCUA’s perspective, we always garner significant insights and information from the credit union stakeholders in attendance… I hope that the credit union industry takes full advantage of these opportunities to hear and be heard,” Matz added.


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