On-Demand Webcast Available Until December 10, 2014
Open to all credit unions, regardless of membership or charter type!
NCCOs who submit an affidavit of attendance for this webcast to email@example.com will receive 1.5 continuing education units.
The new CUSO rule. Capital reform. Emergency liquidity. Loan participation. Keeping up with the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) can be difficult. But NAFCU makes it easy. Our expert Regulatory Affairs team discusses and describes both the NCUA's recent and expected actions for 2014, with a special focus on the newly-issued credit union service organizations (CUSOs) rule. You also receive updates on:
- Loan participation
- Capital reform
- Stress testing
- Corporate Stabilization Fund
- National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF)
- NCUA restructuring
- and more!
Industry Leading Speakers:
Michael Coleman, Esq.
Director of Regulatory Affairs, NAFCU
Coleman serves as staff liaison to federal regulatory agencies; assists in handling the development and implementation of NAFCU’s regulatory policies; and conducts analysis, interpretation and explanation of policy issues impacting NAFCU's members. Prior to joining NAFCU, Coleman worked as legal counsel and tax advisor for the Federated States of Micronesia in the department of finance and administration. In this position, he advised the secretary of finance on all legal matters, especially those involving national tax laws and regulations.
Tessema Tefferi, Esq.
Senior Regulatory Affairs Counsel, NAFCU
Tefferi assists in the development and implementation of NAFCU’s regulatory policies and acts as staff liaison to the federal regulatory agencies, including the CFPB, NCUA, FHFA, HUD, IRS and SBA. He has worked on a number of significant matters since joining NAFCU in 2006, including the various mortgage rules issued by the CFPB in 2013, regulations related to federal credit union chartering and field of membership, credit union investment authority, corporate credit union regulations, and more. Prior to joining NAFCU, he worked at a trade association for rural electric cooperatives on regulatory and corporate law issues both during and after law school. While attending law school, he worked as a law clerk at a law firm in Washington, D.C. that represents clients in front of federal regulatory agencies.
PJ Hoffman, Esq.
Regulatory Affairs Counsel, NAFCU
Hoffman is a primary contact for the NCUA and works primarily on student lending, fair lending, and financial literacy with the CFPB. Before joining NAFCU, Hoffman worked as political fundraiser and strategist for U.S. Senators Tom Daschle, Bill Nelson, and Joe Donnelly. Most recently, he worked as a law clerk for The Camner Professional Group and for Judge Stanford Blake of Florida’s 11th Circuit Court.
Angela Meyster, Esq.
Regulatory Affairs Counsel, NAFCU
Meyster represents member credit unions' interests before federal regulatory agencies, including the NCUA, the CFPB, and the FASB, and provides analysis, interpretation and research on regulatory and legislative issues facing credit unions. Prior to joining NAFCU, Meyster was a law clerk at the Financial Services Roundtable where she worked with an array of financial service providers to present their views to key policymakers.
Who Should Attend?
- Compliance, legal, paralegal, attorney and risk staff
- NAFCU Certified Compliance Officers (NCCOs)
- CEOs and presidents
- Advertising, sales and public relations staff
NAFCU's webcasts include live streaming video and audio of the presenters along with presentation slides and downloadable handouts. You can easily submit your questions to the presenters at any time and there is no dialing in over the phone! The audio and video stream directly through your computer.
Broadcast live from NAFCU's Headquarters in Arlington, VA.
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On-demand webcasts are available for up to 12 months after the live broadcast and are included in the registration fee.