McWatters resigns from NCUA board


J. Mark McWatters resigned Friday from his position on the board of the National Credit Union Administration. McWatters has served on the NCUA board since his nomination by then-president Barack Obama in 2014.

CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle issued the following statement thanking McWatters for his service:

“As a member of the NCUA Board, J. Mark McWatters has helped credit unions advance the financial well-being of their 120 million members. We’re appreciative of his work to reduce the regulatory hurdles that credit unions face and for his service to the movement. We wish him well in his next endeavor.”

McWatters served as Chairman of the NCUA Board from 2017-2019. His term expired in August of 2019, but he agreed to continue serving on the board until the Senate confirmed his successor.


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