Credit unions that missed the NCUA’s Aug. 14 webinars that addressed the proposed liquidity rule, coming changes to the Central Liquidity Facility and the Low-Income Credit Union eligibility initiative can now listen to audio recordings of the event or review written transcripts online, the NCUA announced Wednesday in a release.

Changes in ownership to the CLF is a topic of interest for credit unions with more than $100 million in assets, because they face NCUA’s proposed liquidity rule that mandates mid- and large-size credit unions establish their own emergency liquidity source. The NCUA proposed only two permitted sources of emergency liquidity: the CLF and the Federal Reserve’s Discount Window.

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