State and federal regulators confirm agreement that will reinstate combined exams halted in fracas over SECU CAMEL score disclosure.
Separate exams in 2012 part of protracted dispute between state, federal agencies over SECU CAMEL score disclosure.
DENVER — SECU CEO Jim Blaine took NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz to task during a tense exchange about separate exams on Wednesday at the NASCUS summit.
Proposed NCUA "troubled condition" rule has some state-chartered credit unions, their regulators crying foul. Get the story early in this week's print preview.
League chair says resolution still necessary because of "new legal ground" federal regulators staked in ordering dual exams.
An NCUA Office of Inspector General’s investigative report revealed that the federal regulator questions the safety and soundness of the $25 billion State Employees’ Credit Union, the nation’s second largest.
CEO Jim Blaine said nation's second-largest credit union is sound and that SECU "can't get a straight answer" from federal regulators.
State Employees' Credit Union chief says he disagrees with NCUA inspector general's findings in new report.
Office of Inspector General says regional chief did not make false statements about N.C.'s SECU following CEO Jim Blaine's disclosure of its CAMEL score.
North Carolina dual exams expected to be topic of Hike the Hill, NCUA visit on May 8-9.