NWCUA’s Vice President of Regulatory Advocacy, John Trull, shares insights on the directive and encourages next steps.
The former NWCUA board member will serve on the 12th District Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council.
The Bureau is again standing up a Credit Union Advisory Council, and applications are due May 5.
Clark has served the DFI for 14 years, most recently as Deputy Director.
Whether for the greater good or an individual credit union’s needs, your Association’s Regulatory Advocacy team goes the distance to remove regulatory barriers.
Papiez served in state government for 35 years; more than 18 in the DFI.
Providing input to regulators even when legislation is favorable is important in continued work to remove regulatory barriers.
NWCUA-Backed Oregon Legislation Reducing Number of Required Board Meetings Moves Closer to Implementation
The rule is expected to result in cost savings and flexibility for credit unions and their boards.
Former Gambling Commission Deputy Director succeeds Linda Jekel, bringing more than 20 years of regulatory agency experience.
The position is expected to be filled by Oct. 1.
Respected regulator leaves behind an impressive legacy known for tackling change and advancing policy for state-chartered credit unions.
Chairman McWatters acknowledged Washington Congressman Denny Heck’s legislation to delay the process and study the impact on credit unions.
A 90-day blackout period on new certifications, the CDFI’s funding outlook, and good news for another Northwest CU attaining CDFI certification.
ComplySight, a service available through NWCUA’s partnership with InfoSight, adds complaint management capabilities at no additional cost to credit unions.