This week’s People news includes new hires and promotions at eight credit unions and the NCUA.
NCUA Chairman Rick Metsger issues warning to credit unions regarding delinquencies.
Congress' performance lives up to lobbyists' low expectations.
The CFPB's proposed payday lending rule exemption isn't a panacea for credit unions.
Ignoring Metsger’s request to let the NCUA handle exam cycle adjustments, Rep. Guinta introduces new legislation.
In one year ending in Q1 2016, median loan growth equals 4.5% at credit unions nationwide.
The board will receive a staff briefing on adding S to CAMEL at its June 16 meeting.
In a letter to Rep. Guinta, the NCUA Chairman says the agency will adjust the cycle for healthy CUs within two months.
Narrow FOMs and membership expansion could create disparate impact red flags and attract unwanted examiner attention.
New CUSO streamlines the appraisal process for credit unions.