<p>WASHINGTON – Association of Corporate Credit Unions Executive Director Gigi Hyland recently met with new NCUA Office of Corporate Credit Union Director Kent Buckham. Hyland said Buckham and the Office of Corporate CUs are still sorting through comment letters on Part 704. The ACCU has been very vocal in opposing the proposal’s 2% RUDE (Reserves and Undivided Earnings) requirement. “Once they look at everything, the ACCU Reg-Leg committee will meet with Buckham to sort through the issues,” said Hyland. The ACCU has firmed up a date for its Reg-Leg Forum. It will be held on Sunday February 24th during CUNA’s GAC. All corporate CEOs and league government relations staffers are invited to attend. “Since it’s an election year, we’re focusing on how corporates can be involved with their leagues to support candidates that are credit union supporters,” said Hyland. Hyland has been working to get corporates more involved with CUNA’s Hike the Hill program. She said getting corporates plugged in on Capitol Hill just adds another layer to the industry for congress to be aware of.</p>

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