Marvin UmholtzCredit Union Times recently posted a guest editorial written by Mark Brantley, who serves as the vice chairman for the African-American Credit Union Coalition. Entitled, “Putting Action Into Diversity,” the op-ed, among other things, urged the NCUA to appoint a permanent director for the agency’s Office of Minority and Women Inclusion “sooner rather than later.” 

Mr. Brantley also expressed his optimism that the NCUA and other banking regulators would issue a joint final rule of the Proposed Interagency Statement Establishing Joint Standards for Assessing the Diversity Policies and Practices of Entities Regulated by the Agencies…“that is substantive and meaningfully aligned with the intent of Section 342 of Dodd-Frank.” 

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