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Join Your Colleagues TODAY for Cornerstone RBC2 Webinar
Monday, April 20, 2015 6:30 AM

The Cornerstone Credit Union League will be hosting a webinar on NCUA’s Risk-Based Capital 2.0 (RBC2) proposal TODAY, at 3:00 p.m. (CST). All Cornerstone credit unions are encouraged to attend this essential discussion.

This webinar is especially important because although RBC2 is improved from last year’s original proposal, remaining are a number of areas that must be addressed. We want to do that before the comment deadline of April 27, 2015

The webinar will be conducted by Suzanne Yashewski, Cornerstone SVP Regulatory Compliance Counsel. Suzanne will provide background on Risk-Based Capital, changes between last year’s version and the current RBC2, and tips for writing an effective comment letter to NCUA. 

Thoughtful comment letters from credit unions outlining their concerns are vital to ensuring that necessary improvements are made. It was the more than 2,000 comment letters on the original RBC proposal that caused NCUA to reexamine its stance and rewrite it for RBC2. Together, credit unions can do that again.

Instructions for the Webinar

To access the webinar, please go to the following site and use the passcode information provided:

Once at the site, please sign in as a guest. 

To access the audio portion of the meeting, a box will pop up on the screen with audio instructions. You may choose to have the session call you, or you may choose to use the dial-in instructions. The dial-in information is also listed below:

USA (local): 1-719-457-6209
USA (toll free): 1-866-398-2885

Participant Passcode: 299341

Please note: If you are dialing in from a cell phone or a land line with free long-distance calling, please use the local number to dial in instead of the toll-free number.

Don’t miss an opportunity to learn more about this key regulatory proposal and how you can take effective action.  For questions, contact Jim Phelps at