Connect with NCUA Regional Director John Kutchey

Published by: Emily Leite

June 3, 2021 | Regulatory

Although it appears the COVID-19 pandemic is winding down, credit unions and their members must navigate the new economic reality that affects us all. Swiftly changing regulations and priorities, compounded by the economy, can make it challenging to serve members compliantly. Join us Thursday, June 24, for our latest Regulatory Roundtable as NCUA Regional Director John Kutchey helps answer those tough regulatory questions. Topics will include regulatory flexibility, the future of examinations, and loan participation. Please come prepared with any burning questions you may have for the Director, as he is more than willing to answer them during our Q&A.

For answers to your questions or to learn more about this Regulatory Roundtable, connect with the League’s Regulatory Counsel Chris Noble

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