A powerful slate of congressional and regulatory briefings and face-to-face meetings await California and Nevada credit union leaders and professionals who are attending the 2023 Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) in Washington, D.C. later this month.
The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues’ online/virtual legislative briefing is this Monday, Feb. 13 (at 11 a.m. Pacific), where those attending will receive pertinent GAC information about the current congressional environment, how to prepare for this year’s legislative and regulatory visits, issues and priorities, talking points, and specific topics at the forefront of the credit union industry. Attendees from both states will receive a Zoom-meeting invitation by email very soon.
A few of those hot topics with members of Congress and regulatory officials include “junk fees” in the financial services arena, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) proposed rule on credit card late fees, and the National Credit Union Administration’s (NCUA) changes to the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act’s (HMDA) closed-end loan reporting threshold.
There are MANY other credit union issues and talking points being prepared for your in-person visits with lawmakers and regulators — so stay tuned! More details are forthcoming soon (including your legislator visiting schedule) as the Leagues finalize materials on its League GAC Resource Site.
For now, here is your agenda:
More than 270 individuals are registered to attend! If you or your team have any additional questions, please email Lisa Quaranta in the Leagues’ advocacy office.