Town Hall Calls on COVID-19 Crisis
March 19 & 24 at 1:00 pm ET
Inclusiv invites you to join a series of emergency Town Hall Calls on the COVID-19 Crisis. The first call will take place this Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 1:00 pm ET.
The World Health Organization recently declared the COVID-19 a pandemic. As the virus spreads, states and cities are adopting emergency public health measures to protect the population and stem the spread. These measures include the closing of businesses and schools, and other social distancing strategies that will have an effect on the economy and change the way we conduct business.
What regulatory relief can be expected? What other resources may become available
to respond to this crisis?
In these difficult times, the business continuity of our credit unions is essential for the well-being and stability of the communities we serve. Join our panel of experts, Luis J. Montaner, VP of Scientific Operations at the Wistar Institute; Ryan Collins, from the Center for American Progress; and Miriam DeDios, President and CEO of PolicyWorks, for a discussion facilitated by Inclusiv on:
- COVID-19 and new CDC guidelines for businesses
- Prevention strategies to protect your staff
- Economic impact, short and long term economic outlooks
- Compliance during a crisis
- Tools, resources and effective business continuity measures
The second call is scheduled for Tuesday, March 24 at 1:00 pm ET to learn and share how CDCUs around the country are responding to this unprecedented crisis. Register once for both sessions.
We encourage you to submit your questions in advance and send them to Jules Epstein-Hebert, Membership Engagement Manager at email@example.com.
Note: Today, the NCUA published a letter to credit unions on actions the NCUA is taking related to COVID-19. Click here for the full text.