NCUA Board Member Metsger explains why he spearheaded a proposal that would eliminate the 5% fixed assets cap.
Blaine says he prefers CFPB to NCUA. Cheney opposes leaving just one credit union under CFPB supervision.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. —The NCUA Board on Thursday approved a proposed rule that would eliminate the 5% fixed assets cap.
Burdensome call reports are also a problem for credit unions, says a credit union executive at an NCUA Listening Session.
The NCUA will evaluate if interest rate risk should be addressed in the supervisory process or the risk-based capital rule.
House Financial Services subcommittee chairman asks the NCUA for RBC details in writing.
Regulation, competition and compliance still top concerns, Bob Hammer says as his firm celebrates 25th anniversary.
Risk weights for mortgages, member business loans, investments, CUSOs and corporates will likely be reduced in the final risk-based capital rule.
The NCUA board will propose new rules on safe harbor, asset securitization and appraisals June 19.
DETROIT – The CFPB needs strong, insightful and helpful comments from credit unions to help improve its regulations.