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NCUA registration now open for corporate webinar
Alexandria, Va. (6/19/09)--Credit Unions that wish to participate in the National Credit Union Administration’s (NCUA) June 24 webinar on its recently implemented corporate credit union stabilization plan may register for the webcast starting today. (See related story: New corp stabilization plan implemented by NCUA.) During the two hour webinar, NCUA Examination and Insurance Director Melinda Love and Office of Corporate Credit Union official Scott Hunt will discuss recent board decisions related to the creation of the temporary corporate credit union stabilization fund and the possible impact that this fund could have on credit unions. The NCUA staff will also give participating credit unions a general corporate credit union update. The webinar will also allow credit union officials direct access to NCUA staff. The audience may submit their questions via the internet, and the NCUA will try to answer as many questions as time allows. Registration for the event will remain open until 12:45 p.m. on June 24. The Credit Union National Association will also stream the webinar live for all attendees of the Americas Credit Union Conference & Expo, which begins this Sunday in Boston, Mass. To register, use the resource link.
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