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NCUA key topics webinar set for June 28
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (6/8/10)--The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) and Chairman Debbie Matz will discuss a number of credit union-specific issues during an upcoming June 28 web-based virtual town hall. The 90-minute town hall will begin at 3 PM E.T. and will allow participants to communicate directly with NCUA officials, including Matz. An NCUA representative told News Now that the meeting is part of Chairman Matz's "ongoing interest in providing the industry with periodic updates on a variety of topics, including corporate credit unions, examination issues and field of membership rulemaking." Matz has said that communication with credit unions would be an important part of her tenure as NCUA chair. Previous open meetings in both this year and 2009 focused on the aforementioned issues as well as alternative capital and the continuing economic challenges facing natural-person credit unions. To register for the NCUA event, use the resource link.
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