<p>WOBURN, Mass. – NCUA Board Member Deborah Matz wrapped up her two-month self-educating tour, attending a CEO Roundtable at EasCorp headquarters in Massachusetts. The event, which was sponsored by NAFCU, drew CEO attendees from 28 large federal credit unions. Discussion topics ranged from the differences between state and federal charters to the history of mortgage lending and community charters, as well as other current issues. Matz told the assembled executives how impressed she is with the activities of large credit unions that she has observed in her travels. “Many larger credit unions are really reaching out to serve their entire field of membership by providing first-time home buyer counseling, financial literacy programs and, frequently, bi-lingual staff,” she said. Matz also noted that large credit unions often mentor small credit unions and provide assistance such as training grants, computers and operational aid to help the credit unions better serve their members. Matz said this type of activity must be encouraged and publicized.</p>

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