The NCUA will take up supplemental capital for credit unions in 2017.
Failure to maintain adequate capital can lead to regulatory intervention or a loss of control for your board.
New SEC rule could give credit unions active roles in helping raise capital for entrepreneurs.
When approving the final rule by a 2-1 board vote, the NCUA stressed the rule will only require 16 credit union to take action.
A final RBC2 rule makes the Oct. 15 board meeting agenda. Matz also addresses congressional concerns.
S. 2028 would raise the MBL cap to 27.5% of assets. The NCUA's MBL reform could affect the bill.
New bill would delay RBC2 and force the NCUA to determine whether risk-based standards are necessary.
WASHINGTON—NCUA board debates new corporate standards, association FOM rules.
The forces that would drive credit union consolidation are often thwarted by self-preservation.
Credit union regulatory relief bills scheduled for markup, including one that simplifies privacy notification requirements.