NCUA Board Member Rick Metsger, left, speaks with Credit Union Times Washington Reporter Nick Ballasy about Metsger's desire to hear from credit unions on what regulations they would like to see reformed or eliminated, and why.

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — NCUA Board Member Richard Metsger told Credit Union Times on Tuesday that he is “all ears” on potential reform or elimination of some regulations on credit unions.

“The one third of the rules that are scheduled for review this year, not only am I going to be reviewing them personally, I’m going to be doing as much outreach as I possibly can from the bully pulpit of my office to ask the regulating community: You hear about these, tell me if any of these you feel need to be modified, no longer are applicable based on current application of the credit union world and the reasons for that,” Metsger said in an interview at NCUA headquarters in Alexandria.

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