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PREMIER AMERICA CU
updated 03/03/15 10:52 AM
Premier America CU celebrated the grand opening of a new branch in Burbank with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Feb. 12. The Hollywood Way branch is managed by Burbank resident, Vickie Beckett, and is staffed by seasoned member service professionals.

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Mark McWatters, Board Member for the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA)
NCUA, CFPB TO MEET CA AND NV LEADERS
updated 03/03/15 09:12 AM
RBC, Overdraft, and Other Topics
On board for California and Nevada attendees of the Credit Union National Association’s 2015 Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) is a special visit from officials with the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) at the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues' hospitality suite.

Leaders from credit unions across both states and the Leagues will have the opportunity to discuss NCUA’s second risk- based capital proposal with NCUA Board Member Mark McWatters, as well as supplemental capital and interest rate risk.

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