LAS VEGAS — Attendees at the NFACU conference ask, "What's the hurry?"
Upcoming listening sessions will help reach the right conclusion, Metsger said.
The NCUA is hosting listening sessions around the country for credit unions to air their grievances. The agency is providing notepads to write down comments and questions that can then be shared anonymously with the group for NCUA response.
Sixth in a series this year for regulatory agency.
The NCUA has changed the date of its Orlando Listening Session to Wednesday, June 13 instead of Tuesday, June 12.
Registration is under way for the NCUA’s third Listening Session, set for June 5 from 1 to 4 p.m. CDT in the Hilton St. Louis at 1 South Broadway in that city.
NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz announced Monday the agency’s plan to host Listening Sessions across the U.S. from May through July.