BRIEFLY: No surprises on NCUA 2022 meeting calendar; CU Advisory Chairman named ‘most admired CEO;’ Applications for job openings in OR extended; Congrats to NY success on biz loan program, state deposits… and to national success on blocking IRS reporting provision

(Oct. 29, 2021) NCUA Board meetings in 2022 will be – again – on Thursdays, beginning at 10 a.m. ET, and skipping an August meeting, the agency said in a release this week. In most cases, the meetings will be on the third Thursday of the month – with the exceptions of January, May and September, when the meeting falls on the fourth Thursday of each month … NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council Chairman Mike Williams, who is also president and CEO of Colorado Credit Union in Denver, was named a ‘Most Admired CEO’ by the Denver Business Journal this week. The award, the publication said, recognizes CEOs who are driving transformative change within their organization, industry, and the community … The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services has three openings for a Financial Examiner 3 extended to Nov. 29. See the link below for details (and other recent job openings) … Congrats to the New York Credit Union Association (NYCUA) for its steadfast efforts in achieving credit union authority to participate in its state’s program to provide commercial loans to small and mid-sized businesses at reduced interest rates. Legislation was signed by NY Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) to authorize credit unions to participate in the program – the culmination of an effort that NY credit unions began in the 1990s. The new law also allows marks the first time New York state has been authorized to deposit public funds in credit unions, according to NYCUA … Congrats, also, to CUNA, state associations and others for convincing congressional negotiators to keep out from the “framework” of the massive “build back better” legislation a provision that would require increased reporting of some members’ savings accounts by credit unions to the IRS. Reports Thursday indicated the provision has been omitted from the framework.


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