The wind down of U.S. Central Bridge Federal Credit Union’s payment services “has progressed more smoothly than originally anticipated”, the NCUA said in a recent letter to credit unions.
A temporary Federal Reserve program is quietly providing a cushion to corporate credit unions as they attempt to raise capital from members to meet NCUA regulatory requirements.
A temporary Federal Reserve program has quietly reduced the amount of capital credit unions have had to pledge so corporates can meet NCUA requirements.
And then there were 16. That is the current count of corporate credit unions, after a year where all the institutions faced an Oct. 20 NCUA deadline to qualify as “adequately capitalized” per the regulator’s calculus.
Colorado corporate says it has raised more than $60 million from 176 members.
The dizzying pace of corporate events and NCUA rulemaking last week left many CU managers wondering where to turn for help.
Covering the corporate credit unions has been a lesson in human nature.
The Aug. 31 deadline for capitalizing – a date self-imposed by multiple corporate credit unions – is here. Who’s left standing? Who is folding?
Amount not disclosed, but Patelco pledges support.
U.S. Central peaked out at $2.8 billion, N.C. State Employees' at $489 million, WesCorp averaged $100 million a day.