NCUA Board member Michael Fryzel defended NCUA examiners in a June 11 letter to the editor after an online editorial accused the regulator of “trying to destroy small credit unions.”
Board member says agency not "trying to kill small credit unions." Utah league exec recounts typical exchange: "You'll make it. But others won't."
Board member calls Utah league vice president's editorial about the agency and its examiners "unfounded, off base and just not correct."
NCUA Board Member Michael Fryzel and CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney participated in a panel discussion Tuesday at the annual MDDCCUA convention.
NCUA Board Member Michael Fryzel returned home to address more than 110 attendees at the Illinois Credit Union League’s Legislative Conference.
Except for Newt Gingrich’s two mischaracterizations, credit unions haven’t come up as an issue in this election campaign so far.
At the recent NAFCU Congressional Caucus, Chairman Debbie Matz expressed a plan for regulatory improvement by NCUA. She addressed possible changes in certain regulations and a desire for a more open and transparent process that will allow for the credit union industry to know well in advance what rules are...
The viewpoint expressed by Claude R. Marx in the Sept. 21 issue [Marx on Capitol: “Need More Moneyball, People Power”] makes some strong points as to how credit unions might achieve their longtime goal of raising the member business lending cap.
The 72,000 member Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Brooklyn, N.Y., continues to find eager members in the suburbs of Chicago.
Although government work isn’t always lucrative, 25 NCUA employees make more than $201,000 annually, according to agency records.