In this week’s issue of the Leaguer, we share the first IMPACT Virtual-related recap, as we kick off one of our largest events of the year. Yesterday we held the Cornerstone Foundation 24th Annual Golf Tournament, a popular event among our membership. Not only was it really great to see everyone, but we came together for a great cause, raising $63,000 in support of the Foundation and its mission. Be sure to read more IMPACT Virtual recaps in next week’s Leaguer.
There are recent legislative changes to discuss, as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed a number of actions intended to help prevent impending foreclosure actions as the emergency federal foreclosure protections are eventually set to expire. The deadline to submit public comments is May 10. Read more in the Leaguer.
Additionally, we congratulate National Credit Union Administration Chairman Todd Harper, who was recently named chair of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council. His two-year term runs from April 1, 2021, through March 31, 2023.
We also feature Growing Oaks Federal Credit Union, the only credit union charter to be chartered by the NCUA in 2020. In this article, which originally appeared on creditunions.com, CEO Pam Greening talks about the chartering process, what she hopes the credit union will accomplish, and more.
We also feature Texas Trust Credit Union, which recently participated in a community clean up initiative in DeSoto, Texas, as well as Tinker Federal Credit Union, which celebrated a milestone anniversary. After 43 years of service with Waco, Texas-based Educators Credit Union, president and CEO Joe Hutyra has retired. Read about his career highlights and more in this week’s issue of the Leaguer.