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Upcoming NCUA small CU workshops look at red flags more
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (4/24/09)—The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) is offering a free training workshop, hosted by the agency's Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives, in Philadelphia today. The session is the third in a series offered around the nation and is expected to address the following topics:
* Issues facing credit unions from a regional perspective; * Updates regarding identify theft “red flags;” * Credit and liquidity risks; and * Updates to the credit practices rule and proposed amendments to Truth in Lending rules.
The schedule for the training sessions for the rest of the year is as follows:
* May 2, sessions in Phoenix and in New York, NY; * May 8, Detroit, Mich.; *May14, Minneapolis, Minn.; * June 4, Portland, Maine.; * June 6, Salt Lake City, Utah; * June 27, San Antonio, Texas; * July 16, Louisville, Ky.; * Aug. 13, Kansas City, Mo.; * Aug. 26, Alexandria, Va.; * Aug. 27, Cleveland, Ohio; * Sept. 10, Charleston, W.V.; * Sept. 12, Seattle, Wash.; * September 23, Erie, Pa.; * Sept. 24, Chicago, Ill.; * Sept. 26, Boston, Mass.; * Oct. 4, Los Angeles, Calif.; * Oct. 7, Baton Rouge, La.; * Oct. 15, Memphis, Tenn.; and * Oct. 17, Honolulu, Hawaii.
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