NCUA to host 11 town hall meetings in October: Orlando coming up Oct. 22
09/27/2010 04:07 pm
Credit unions in Alabama and Florida will have an opportunity to speak directly to the NCUA about its corporate restructuring plans, legacy asset plans and the seizing of three corporate credit unions last week. The NCUA will hit 11 cities in October, including a stop in Orlando Oct. 22 at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention. The NCUA feels this is the best way to reach as many credit unions as possible to explain the complex new rules pertaining to corporate restructuring and legacy assets.
“To make sure that credit union officials have an opportunity to be personally briefed and ask questions, we are holding at least two face-to-face meetings in every region to reach as many stakeholders as possible,” said NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz. “NCUA board members and senior staff will be on-hand to discuss NCUA’s corporate initiatives in detail and engage in a two-way dialogue so that credit union leaders can more fully understand the choices available to them.”
The Orlando town hall meeting will be from 1:00 to 4:00 pm EST. To register, visit the
NCUA registration page. Region III credit unions can also attend a town hall meeting in Atlanta Oct. 12 at the JW Marriott Atlanta Buckhead. To register for that meeting, visit the
NCUA registration page.
For more resources on the NCUA corporate plan, visit the
LSCU Regulatory Resources page for talking points, NCUA board meeting summaries and a recording of CUNA's conference call on the corporate situation.