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NCUA Chairman Matz’s July Town Hall Webinar and July Board Video Now Available
Monday, August 17, 2015 6:40 AM

The July 28 town hall webinar hosted by National Credit Union Administration Board Chairman Debbie Matz is now available on the agency’s website. An audio recording and written transcript of the virtual town hall are available here.

More than 900 people registered for the 90-minute webinar. Chairman Matz and NCUA staff answered questions on a variety of credit union, consumer protection, and financial services regulatory issues, including:

  • Supplemental capital, 
  • Fields of membership,
  • Cybersecurity,
  • Interest rates and interest-rate risk, 
  • Member business lending, and
  • Regulatory relief.

Also available on the agency's website is the video recording of the July 2015 open meeting of the NCUA board. Archived videos of past board meetings may be viewed here. The July open Board meeting’s agenda consisted of five items:

  • A final rule providing regulatory relief to more than 3,800 federal credit unions by removing the 5-percent aggregate limit on fixed-asset investments;
  • Reprogramming the agency’s 2015 operating budget with a net reduction in overall expenditures of more than $1.3 million for the remainder of the year;
  • A final rule amending the agency’s capital planning and stress testing rule to set new deadlines for various activities in the annual planning and testing cycle;
  • A briefing by the director of the Office of Examination and Insurance on the performance of the corporate credit union legacy assets and the NCUA Guaranteed Notes program, updating projections on a possible future Corporate Stabilization Fund rebate in 2021; and
  • A briefing by the CFO on the performance of the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund, which continued to show positive results.

For more information, please visit the Board Actions page of NCUA’s website.