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NCUA slates free Nov. 18 MBL webinar
Alexandria, Va. (10/28/09)—The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Tuesday announced a Nov. 18 webinar to outline the regulators’ perspective on member business lending. The 90-minute webinar, starting at 1 p.m. ET, is free and open to the public. The session, the agency said in its announcement, will draw from the diverse expertise at the NCUA Central Office, NCUA Regional Offices and state regulators. It will provide “guidance, best practices and insight into examination of member business lending,” and the session will be interactive with Q-and-A an integral part of the presentation. The agency moderator will be board member Gigi Hyland. NCUA Panelists include:
* Linda Jekel, director of Credit Unions for the state of Washington, Division of Credit Unions; *Erika Eastep, Member Business Lending Program Officer, Office of Examination and Insurance, NCUA; and * Linda Vick, Agricultural and Commercial Lending Specialist, Region IV, NCUA.
A registration link for the webinar will be posted online at www.ncua.gov with the next few days.
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