The CUPP | Episode 27: Navigating Field of Membership with NCUA Vice Chairman Kyle Hauptman

Released December 13, 2023 | Join NCUA Vice Chairman Kyle Hauptman for a deep dive into field of membership, including a recent proposed rule regarding survivorship, the federal charter versus state charters, digital banking and FOM, and how innovation may drive further changes to FOM. 

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Key Takeaways

  • Hear an update on the NCUA’s recent rulemaking to revise the Chartering and Field of Membership Manual; 
  • Learn about Vice Chairman Hauptman’s perspectives on ensuring the federal charter keeps pace with state chartering rules; and 
  • Understand how the agency is thinking about innovation and helping credit unions to attract younger members. 

Presented By

Ann Petros, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs, NAFCU
Ann Petros, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs, NAFCU

Ann Petros was named Vice President of Regulatory Affairs in October 2021. In her role, Petros oversees NAFCU’s advocacy on various regulatory developments from federal agencies, including the National Credit Union Administration, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and the Federal Housing Finance Agency. Petros joined NAFCU in June 2016 as a regulatory affairs counsel and was promoted to senior regulatory affairs counsel in June 2018. Since starting at NAFCU, Petros has led the association’s advocacy on housing finance issues as well as Federal Communications Commission regulations implementing the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

Kyle Hauptman
Kyle Hauptman

Kyle S. Hauptman was nominated to serve on the NCUA Board on June 15, 2020. The U.S. Senate confirmed him on December 2, 2020, and he was sworn in as a member of the NCUA Board on December 14, 2020. The NCUA Board approved his designation as Vice Chairman of the NCUA on December 18, 2020. Prior to his joining the NCUA Board, Mr. Hauptman served as Senator Tom Cotton’s (R-Arkansas) advisor on economic policy, as well as Staff Director of the Senate Banking Committee’s Subcommittee on Economic Policy.