Matz to Discuss Corporate Rules and Legacy Assets at NASCUS Conference
NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz is using NASCUS' annual conference, which begins tomorrow, as the venue of her first speech since the agency unveiled the new corporate credit rule and its legacy asset plan.
She will address the conference in San Antonio, which will be attended by state regulators and executives of state-chartered credit unions.
CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney and CUNA Mutual Group President/CEO Jeff Post are also scheduled to speak at the opening session of the three-day conference.
The conference will also feature sessions on topics such as shared branching, merger accounting and the impact of regulatory reform on state regulators and state-charted credit unions. There will also be meetings between state and federal regulators.
Credit Union Times will provide on-site coverage.