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WASHINGTON-NCUA Chairman Dennis Dollar was scheduled to be the guest luncheon speaker last week for the Women in Housing and Finance Fall Symposium. The fall symposium, held at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, targets emerging issues for the group’s broad housing and financial services membership, as well as to the public. The symposium featured discussion of preemption of local anti-predatory lending laws, identity theft, privacy and the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and state securities law enforcement and investor protection in line with its subject, “Federal Preemption versus State Enforcement.” Dollar planned to discuss changes in credit union regulation with an emphasis on the cooperation between federal and state supervisors. He also gave an update on the progress of NCUA’s Access Across America program.

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