ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » NAFCU’s Kaley Schafer offered the association’s general support for the NCUA’s proposed rulemaking on supervisory committee audits and verifications, thanking the agency for its “commitment to providing supervisory committees flexibility in performing their audit duties.”Schafer, NAFCU’s regulatory affairs counsel, said the association was supportive of the following provisions within the proposal:removal of the “report on examination of internal controls over call reporting” alternative audit option;removal of the 120-day language in engagement letters to outside compensated auditors regarding the required written report; andthe flexible and streamlined Appendix A to Part 715 alternative audit option.In addition, Schafer asked the agency to preserve the Supervisory Committee Guide to allow credit unions to continue to access it as a resource, and to not include any additional areas of review in Appendix A at this time.
ONE of Guyana’s top performers at the Inter Guiana Games (IGG) was yesterday honoured for her accomplishments in the games. Joanna Archer, a student of West Demerara Secondary was given a pair of running shoes by her Headmaster,Harri Narine. The fifth form Arts student, was part of the Guyana team which dominated in athletics at the National Track at Leonora over the weekend. She competed in the 800m, 1500m and 4x400m relay, and earned three gold medals for her efforts. According to Narine, this was partly the reason why he decided to honour the student athlete.“Over the years Joanna has excelled at track and field events from the time she started school and running years ago, she also excelled at the IGG games,” said Narine.Archer, a member of the Guyana Police Force Running Club, also won the Junior category of the recent 10km Road Race. She also competed this year at the Boyce and Jeffords Classic,winning gold in the 800m, 3000m and silver in the International 1500m.The young athlete will be writing 8 subjects at the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) next year and according to her “I plan to become an Immigration Officer and continue running under the Police club.”
Michigan did not provide any more information or clarity behind the senior’s status due to privacy laws, and it’s not clear when or if he will be allowed to return to the team.Evans explained Tuesday on Twitter that he is dealing with academic issues and he does not intend to leave the university. Texas governor trying to resurrect Texas-Texas A&M rivalry Alabama linebacker Eyabi Anoma withdraws name from transfer portal, reports say Related News Michigan’s Chris Evans, who would have been the Wolverines’ top returning rusher in 2019, is no longer part of the team, the school confirmed Tuesday. “Evans is not a member of the football team at this time,” Michigan spokesman Dave Ablauf said in a statement obtained by Detroit Free Press. “I am going through some academic issues right now. I’m working through it now. I will still continue my career at the University of Michigan ! #GoBlue,” Evans wrote.I am going through some academic issues right now. I’m working through it now. I will still continue my career at the University of Michigan ! #GoBlue— Chris Evans (@Kidnplay_abc123) February 5, 2019Evans rushed for 423 yards and four touchdowns last season, becoming the team’s second-leading rusher in 2018 behind Karan Higdon. The Wolverines were already down a few running backs after Higdon declared to enter the NFL draft this spring after graduating. Michigan also lost freshman Kurt Taylor (transfer) and O’Maury Samuels (dismissed after police charged him with misdemeanor domestic assault).