ALEXANDRIA, Va. (8/20/14)--The National Credit Union Administration has posted an audio recording of its July 10 Listening Session in Chicago to the agency's YouTube page.
The two-hour, 54-minute recording carries the entirety of the agency's second of three sessions held this summer.
More than 160 people attended the Chicago discussion, where the primary topic was the agency's proposed risk-based capital (RBC) rule. NCUA Chair Debbie Matz and board member Michael Fryzel, a Chicago native, were in attendance.
The NCUA also held Listening Sessions on June 26 in Los Angeles and on July 17 in Alexandria, Va.
Matz noted in this month's The NCUA Report that the agency received more than 2,500 comments on its RBC proposal, from comment letters and attendees at the Listening Sessions, which she called "an unprecedented volume of input."
The Credit Union National Association previously posted a recording of the Chicago session to its website (News Now Aug. 8). The recording was provided by the Illinois Credit Union League.
CUNA also has made available a full audio recording of the NCUA's first Listening Session held in Los Angeles, as well as key audio clips of that session.
Use the resource links below to access the recordings.