ALEXANDRIA, Va. (10/28/15)--The open forum being held by the National Credit Union Administration Friday is “an opportunity for credit unions to help frame issues” for their federal regulators, as well as “to shape the agenda for future conversations,” Rick Metsger reminded in a release Tuesday.
Metsger, NCUA’s vice chair, said he would be at the session. The forum is scheduled for 10 a.m. to noon (ET) Friday at the NCUA's headquarters in Alexandria, Va. Registration is still open.
“All board members travel the country, meeting with credit unions,” Metsger said, “but this forum is a timely opportunity for board members to hear from a broad range of stakeholders what’s on their minds. It is an open-ended hearing of the issues, without a preconceived agenda.”
He added, “I’m confident we’ll have a substantive discussion” about the issues that affect credit unions’ everyday operations and their ability to provide good member services.
Participants at the forum will be able to ask questions on any NCUA-related topic.