NAFCU closed for Thanksgiving holiday
NAFCU’s offices will be closed Wednesday through Friday for the Thanksgiving holiday. Credit union members will still have access to the association’s website for resources as well as regulatory and legislative updates on key issue areas.
Here are a few recent updates from NAFCU to be aware of:
Q4 Member Webinar: The association’s member-exclusive quarterly webinar is scheduled for Dec. 8 at 4 p.m. Eastern. NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs Greg Mesack, and other association leaders will provide insights into legislative efforts, the regulatory and compliance landscapes, economic environment, and the association’s 2023 advocacy priorities.
Register now for the complimentary webinar. Attendees of the call will have an opportunity to ask a question when registering for the event; in addition, the webinar will feature a live Q&A.
Grassroots Action Center: While Congress is also out on a holiday recess, member credit unions are encouraged to use NAFCU’s Grassroots Action Center to continue to engage lawmakers on key issues. The association is urging lawmakers to pass a clean 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), one that’s free of any legislation that could place new burdens on credit unions, including the Credit Card Competition Act (CCCA). NAFCU is also fighting to ensure any provision to grant the NCUA with expanded examination authority over credit union third-party vendors remains out of the NDAA. Credit unions can make their voices heard by sharing a statement that NAFCU can publicly use with media and members of Congress.
NAFCU Today will resume publication Monday, Nov. 28. UPDATE will next publish Dec. 2.
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