National Credit Union Administration’s Supervisory Priorities

Start time:
September 9, 2020 10:00 AM PT
1 hour
Wendy O'Connor, Moss Adams, 214-242-7504
Cost to attend:

Join us for a webcast offering high-level coverage of the National Credit Union Administration’s (NCUA) current examination and supervision priorities. Presenter Greg Marshall will discuss details of the NCUA’s recently updated supervisory priorities that reflect economic conditions that emerged in response to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as statutory and regulatory changes that have occurred since March 2020. He’ll also examine activities that pose an elevated risk to the credit union industry given the current environment.



Greg Marshall, National Training Specialist, National Credit Union Administration

Greg has been a National Training Specialist for the NCUA for the past 15 years, and brings over 28 years of experience with the NCUA to the classroom. Before becoming a Training Specialist, he was a Principle Examiner performing examinations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, California Alaska, Hawaii, and Pennsylvania. Greg holds certifications in instructional design and delivery, and is responsible for development, updating the design, and delivery of various NCUA courses, workshops, and conferences. He currently teaches a number of the NCUA’s New Examiner training classes, and teaches the Fraud Detection and On-the-Job Training course. Greg is a graduate of Gonzaga University. He enjoys spending time with his family, visiting his cabin in Montana, fly-fishing, and coaching basketball at Lewis & Clark HS. He lives in Spokane, WA with his wife Maisie Bauer and two children – Abby and Luke.

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CPE Information

Program Level:
Specialized Knowledge and Application: 1.0
Delivery Method:
Learning Objectives:

After completing this training, participants will be able to describe NCUA’s current examination and supervision; describe current statutory and regulatory changes; and identify activities that pose a risk to credit unions in the current environment



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