In a video update, NCUA Chief Economist Ralph Monaco also says members will benefit from job growth.
What investors need to consider once the U.S.’s first interest rate hike in years is behind us.
Inspector General says using the CAMEL rating's L category to measure liquidity may not effectively manage IRR.
Credit unions and regulators should revisit the realities and focus of IRR modeling, and the resulting balance sheet strategies.
Editorial commentary on current issues from CU Times' editorial staff and correspondents.
The March meeting of the FOMC will be critical to its communications with the public on interest rates.
The Fed Funds rate may or may not increase this year. But when it does, growing loan demand could boost profits.
Who needs a board and management when the NCUA can manage credit unions remotely through regs like RBC?
Rising interest rates, investment yields and regulatory scrutiny prompts corporate to offer balance sheet advice.
NCUA Chief Economist John Worth says some credit union loan portfolios are unsustainable if interest rates rise as expected.