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Speakers named for NCUA virtual meeting on corporates
ALEXANDRIA, VA. (2/17/10)--The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) on Tuesday announced the agenda for its Feb. 18 virtual town hall webinar, the last in a series of public discussions on the proposed changes to its corporate credit union rules. Following opening remarks by NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz, NCUA officials, including Deputy Executive Director Larry Fazio, General Counsel Bob Fenner, and Office of Corporate Credit Unions Director Scott Hunt, will provide background on the current corporate credit union situation and discuss both the recently proposed changes to the NCUA’s corporate credit union and field of membership rules. A question and answer session will follow the NCUA staff presentations. The webinar continues the NCUA’s "nationwide listening tour," which also included live town hall meeting sessions in which the proposed corporate rule and related issues, such as the proposed field-of-membership rule, alternative capital, and continuing economic challenges facing natural-person credit unions, were discussed. To sign up to participate in the virtual session, which is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. ET on Feb. 18, use the resource link.
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