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Aug. 10, 2009
I think Deborah Matz will make a much better Chairperson (not much of a bar to jump over in the first place over the incumbent), but I REALLY hope she doesn't have a 6 year career there. If it happens, this country will be destroyed from the top and it won't make any difference.
This analysis leaves me flat and slow on the uptake. That being said, I couldn't have done better.
I would have liked to read something that carries more urgency: “Matz Arrival Just In Time to Clean-up the Mess!”, or “Who Cares ? Who Turns Out the Lights?”, or “New Face, Bored Audience, and Now Back to the Game”, or……
The point is - what are one to two things that need to be done now ?
1. Restore confidence in credit union stakeholders that they have a regulator vested in creating a competitive differential for charter holders and sound practice.
2. Show the marketplace that our regulator understands the needs of a non-profit cooperative industry over the cookie cutter text book for regulating financial service organizations.
I understand that a regulator is not a trade organization – but every vested player must have these two goals in mind, and influence the outcomes from their perspective and contribututions.
If we do not start to push for a real understanding of the value of the business charters we promote, then what is the point of declaring ourselves an alternative – it starts with having the differences highlighted, leveraged, and visible to those who create a marketplace differential that is then valued by those promoting themselves as experts and overseers of its future.
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