Executives Urged to Persevere in Face of Washington Gridlock

Trusted News for Credit Union Leaders • September 30, 2013Credit Union Times Digital Edition

BY DAVID MORRISON September 27, 2013 A panel of lawyers and lobbyists urged credit union housing executives persist in their efforts to contact Congress about their concerns even though partisan gridlock makes progress seem very unlikely. The panel of Ken Markison, Vice President and Regulatory Counsel at the Mortgage Bankers Association, John McKechnie, a Partner at Total Spectrum and Bart Shapiro, a Principal with the law firm of Offit Kurman, addressed executives attending the American Credit Union Mortgage Association conference on September 25. Read more