The NCUA said Tuesday that its June 18 town hall webinar withBoard Chairman Debbie Matz is now available online.


The session included Matz and NCUA staff members answeringquestions on topics that included the agency's work on a newrisk-based capital framework, its regional realignment, proposedMinority Credit Union Preservation Program and corporate creditunion issues.


The agency said more than 1,200 people had registered for the75-minute session and that it will now be available online until Oct. 17 both as an audio recording andwritten transcript.

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