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ALEXANDRIA, Va.-From Wisconsin to Illinois to Florida, NCUA Chairman Dennis Dollar is traveling the nation to keep the credit union community abreast of the agency’s efforts. The chairman was scheduled to host an open forum for credit unions Monday, April 14 in Madison, Wis. He planned to discuss critical regulatory issues including Field of Membership, Prompt Corrective Action, RegFlex, Flexible Examination Scheduling, Risk-Based Examinations, and Access Across America, among other issues. The open forum will provide credit union leaders and members the opportunity to share ideas, ask and answer questions, and discuss timely topics, according to a statement from Dollar’s office. But first, Dollar was stopping off in Clearwater, Fla. to address NCUA’s regulatory agenda for 2003 and Access Across America on April 10, shortly after press time. He had planned to discuss NCUA’s regulatory agenda for 2003 and Access Across America, as well as rules and regulations affecting corporates and natural-person credit unions. NCUA’s proposed rule on member business lending is a prime example. Then, on the morning of Friday, April 11, Dollar was scheduled to speak at the Illinois Credit Union League’s Annual Convention held at the Chicago Hilton. He also planned to cover the hot button issues of FOM, Access Across America, RegFlex, and the proposed member business lending rule there as well. Finally, the chairman planned to skip over to Oak Brook, Ill. to speak at the MidWest Association of Credit Unions’ Annual Convention. -

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