League hosts dialogue with new Regional Director Keith Morton

Published by: Sean Brown

October 19, 2022 | Regulatory

Optimal regulation occurs when the regulator engages with the regulated through transparent and ongoing communication, supplying answers and methods for meeting the demands of a swiftly changing regulatory landscape. While Ohio sustained a positive working relationship with National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Eastern Regional Director John Kutchey, the state will transition to the Southern District in January 2023. To help Ohio’s credit unions remain connected to their federal regulator, the League hosted NCUA Southern Regional Director, Keith Morton, for a strategic dialogue on key issues, such as examination best practices, cybersecurity, CECL, interest rate risks, FinTechs, and cryptocurrency. The League looks forward to building a relationship with Director Morton in partnership with Ohio credit unions. If you missed the discussion, a recording of the dialogue is available here.

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Sean Brown Director, Regulatory Affairs E: sbrown@ohiocul.org
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