ALEXANDRIA, Va. — NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz says she contacted 11 law firms nationwide for feedback.
Jan. 21 session will cover the differences between the new and originally proposed risk-based capital rule.
NCUA board adds the rule to its monthly board agenda.
NCUA Vice Chairman directs staff to create guidelines requiring providing encrypted data to the agency, state examiners.
Budgets decline for Matz, McWatters and Metsger for fiscal year 2015.
Read the full statement NCUA Vice Chairman Rick Metsger made during the November board meeting.
Company is in the process of testing and certifying issuer processors that support more than 1,000 credit unions.
From 2009 to 2013, 46% of claims paid involved employee dishonesty, the company said.
NCUA Vice Chairman Metsger says more than two-thirds of the 500 financial institutions supporting the new tool are credit unions.
NCUA Vice Chairman Metsger says fraud is major contributor in more than half of share insurance fund losses.