WASHINGTON – Proposed rules that better regulate risk and limit investment authority for corporate communications and clearer rules about chartering are the top initial priorities during the first months of her tenure, NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz said today.

In her first speech since taking over the job last month, she told attendees at NAFCU’s Congressional Caucus that the new proposed corporate credit union rules, which will likely be put out for comment later this year, will address some of the concentration of risk issues that weren’t dealt with in the 2002 regulations. Matz voted against the risk issues when she was a board member.

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