LAS VEGAS – Executives and volunteers attending a Tuesday session on interest rate risk say they're making the necessary balance sheet adjustments.
The NCUA will evaluate if interest rate risk should be addressed in the supervisory process or the risk-based capital rule.
Is it a disaster? To quote ESPN sports broadcaster Lee Corso: “Not so fast, my friend.”
Thanks to low yields and rising interest rates, credit unions could see increased early withdrawal penalties.
The headliner at CUNA's America's Credit Union Conference in San Francisco was compliance.
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Risk-based capital, interest rate risk and cybersecurity will be hot topics at CUNA's San Francisco conference.
Risk weights for mortgages, member business loans, investments, CUSOs and corporates will likely be reduced in the final risk-based capital rule.
NCUA Chief Economist John Worth discusses loan growth, credit unions and regulation.
NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz says some credit unions aren't in compliance with interest rate risk regulations.