The final rule only impacts 24% of credit unions and will not inhibit low-risk lending.
Fourteen cooperatives will pay a total of $3,491 in fines for missing the second quarter deadline.
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The agreement brings the agency’s recoveries in cases stemming from faulty security purchases to $2.2 billion.
While the NCUA should be applauded for its work on the issue, many concerns have not yet been abated.
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Settlement resolves claims resulting from mortgage-backed securities bought by now-defunct corporates.
The alleged former heads of the tiny credit union are accused of operating an illegal bitcoin scheme.
NCUA Vice Chairman Rick Metsger and CUNA CEO Jim Nussle miss the mark with their words and actions.
Growth may be the best way for credit unions to cope with RBC2, but growth requires supplemental capital.