League Meets with Congressman Kim

The New Jersey Credit Union League (NJCUL) met yesterday with one of New Jersey’s four new members of Congress, Rep. Andy Kim (D-3).

The discussion focused on credit union’s in New Jersey and their priorities for the 116th Congress, including common-sense regulation, the need for the Department of Justice to issue Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Web site compliance rules, the ongoing problem of merchant data breaches and the need to subject retailers to the same data security requirements as card issuers, and issues relating to NCUA’s treatment of taxi medallion loans and participations.

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Pictured Left-to-Right: David Frankil, NJCUL President/CEO; Andy Jaeger, President/CEO, Credit Union of New Jersey and NJCUL Board Chairman; Congressman Kim; Chris Abeel, NJCUL Vice President of Corporate and Governmental Affairs.

The League schedules in-districts meetings with members of state’s congressional delegation to enable credit union advocates to meet with their representatives in Congress without having to travel to Washington. 

The meetings are open to all NJCUL member credit union professionals and volunteers. Anyone interested in participating should contact NJCUL Vice President of Corporate & Governmental Affairs Chris Abeel at cabeel@njcul.org or 800-792-8861, ext. 127.