Eastman Credit Union recently wrote to Rep. Morgan Griffith (R-9) asking for his support on H.R. 1553, the bill that would institute new criteria and an appeals process in the regulator examination process.
“The current examination practice is costly, unwieldy and onerous to credit unions. This legislation is necessary to facilitate transparency and improve consistency in the examination process,” wrote Eastman CEO Olan Jones, Jr.
Eastman’s Senior Vice President, Gary Tucker, will see the Congressman May 1 when Rep. Griffith’s office will host the annual Congressional Art Contest in his office in Abingdon