ALEXANDRIA, Va. (10/6/09)—The National Credit Union Administration reported that more than 130 attended its final of three Town Hall-style meetings to gather credit union comment on regulatory issues. The final meeting was held yesterday in San Diego, Calif. For those unable to attend any of the live Town Hall meetings, NCUA Chairman Deborah said she will host an online webinar Oct. 22 at 3 p.m. Sign up information will be posted on the NCUA website later this week. Matz said in a release that she considered the live meetings “invaluable in providing a forum for real dialogue and genuine input to the regulatory process." Matz added, "As NCUA moves forward with rulemaking on corporates, I am confident that the information and suggestions garnered will become a key ingredient in what I expect to be a strong and durable new rule. And the discussions regarding the variety of other relevant issues such as member business loans, the examination process and alternative capital have added new dimensions to our assessment of those topics as well." The first live meeting was held in St. Louis, Mo. on Sept. 15, and the second last week in National Harbor, Md., which is in the Washington, D.C. area.