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New panel welcomes NY Fed as local CEO The three other New York CBs, who represent some of the biggest New York State cooperative banking institutions, have now been appointed to a dedicated bank/CU board of the Federal Reserve of New York, the last local banking institution to fill slot positions on the CDSAC. As with other eCEOs elsewhere in the Fed's membership of RFPs, Trio-Robert G. Allen of Teachers FCU, Mary Madden of Hudson Valley FCU and Michael J. Castellana of State Employees FCU will attend meetings to strengthen stronger "grassroots" links between the Fed employees in Washington and the joint banking/CU.

"It' totally great to be recognised and asked to come to the table," said Madden, director of the $2.9 billion Poughkeepsie CU. New York Fed CDIAC's first gathering will take place on March 25. The three other New York CBs, who represent some of the biggest New York State cooperative banks, have now been appointed to a dedicated bank/CU board of the Federal Reserve of New York, the last local banking institution to fill the Community Depository Institutions advisory Council slot.

As with other eCEOs elsewhere in the Fed's membership of RFPs, Trio-Robert G. Allen of Teachers FCU, Mary Madden of Hudson Valley FCU and Michael J. Castellana of State Employees FCU will attend meetings to strengthen stronger "grassroots" links between the Fed employees in Washington and the joint banking/CU.

"It' totally great to be recognised and asked to come to the table," said Madden, director of the $2.9 billion Poughkeepsie CU. New York Fed CDIAC's first gathering is March 25. All of the $4 billion teacher from Farmingdale, the state's biggest CU, said exchange would likely come up March 25, but it may pose queries about the Fed's part on corporates and just exactly how ready they are in handling smaller "credit unions" that can rely up on the Fed for facilities.

The Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union (HVFCU) today announces that the Federal Reserve Bank of New York has elected HVFCU President/CEO Mary D. Madden to its Regional Consultative Council, which reports to the Federal Council of the European Union's CDIAC. Ms Madden will attend meetings to strengthen stronger links between Federal Reserve personnel in Washington and the Community's banking and banking cooperatives.

"Madden said, as I understood it, what we are discussing will be transmitted to the Fed Board in Washington in the form of a feeders system. Discussions by the LAC C will include topics such as the present situation of credit and finance market in general, the impact of the region's economy on EU institutional environment and regulation as well.

It first met on 25 March and the host country committee is due to meet later this year in Washington to discuss its findings with the major Washington based nationalDIAC. The propertycasualty business is offered through the Hudson Valley Agency, a HVFCU affiliate. The HVFCU is Swiss Federal registered with the NCUA and is an equivalent lender.

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