COLUMBUS, Ohio – To give Ohio state chartered CUs an opportunity to interact with regulators, the Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Financial Institutions is holding its first Credit Union Day on Oct. 30.

The one-day educational event will be held at the Hilton Downtown in Columbus. It is scheduled to address ODFI priorities and the impact they will have on credit unions, what examiners are looking for during an exam and risk review, and what can be expected from an IT exam, among other topics. Speakers from the Federal Reserve and NASCUS will be on hand, as well.

But most important, according to Michael Wettrich, ODFI deputy superintendent, are opportunities for CU leaders to speak with regulators in the morning and right before the event wraps up. “We believe it is important to be accessible to credit unions. Credit Union Day is intended to give credit unions the opportunity to hear from us directly about the trends we are seeing and what they can expect from a supervisory perspective – all which helps credit union leaders manage their CUs better.”

Registration is still open and detail can be found at www.com.ohio.gov/fiin

 

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