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Dollar To Meet With Chinese

WASHINGTON, D.C.-NCUA Chairman Dennis Dollar plans to meet with Chinese financial regulatory officials in Beijing, China on April 23. Dollar will be in China to speak to the Annual International Credit Union Management Perspective Seminar. The chairman will meet with Chinese Central Bank officials, including Zhang Gong Ping, director of the Department of Cooperative Finance, and representatives of the People's Bank of China.

Van Ouwerkerk To Travis CU

VACAVILLE, Calif.-The $1.1-billion Travis Credit Union has named Patsy Van Ouwerkerk as its new CEO. Effective June 1, Van Ouwerkerk will replace Bob Siravo, who has been named CEO of WesCorp. Van Ouwerkerk, who is currently chairman of the California league, was most recently president of the $345-million Alliance CU, San Jose.

NCUF Distributes $70K During 1Q

MADISON, Wis.-The National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) said it issued $70,954 in first quarter disbursements to 26 state credit union leagues/foundations through the Community Investment Fund (CIF). Each participating state receives a pro rata share of the disbursement. At the end of first quarter 2002, more than 330 credit unions had invested $46.5 million in the fund. Twenty-seven states now participate in CIF. For info: www.cuna.org/ncuf.html, or Kris Hoffman at 1-800-356-9655, ext. 4397.

Caldwell To Exit Campus Council

WASHINGTON, D.C.-Bradford Caldwell, executive director of the Campus Credit Union Council (CCUC), is leaving the post to pursue his MBA degree effective May 1. He will enter the MBA program at Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management, beginning at its European campus in Archamps, France for the summer before heading to Thunderbird's main campus in Glendale, Arizona in the fall.

For info: ccuc aol.com or (202) 508-6779.

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