The NCUA's session at the NACUSO conference was so poorly received, this summer's listening sessions on RBC could get ugly.
NCUA Board Member Rick Metsger's appearance is timely thanks to risk-based capital proposal.
The NCUA's general counsel explains why the agency can't add supplemental capital access to its risk-based rule.
Callahan co-founder says simple leverage ratio is the way to go.
Calling the proposed rule's $50M complexity threshold arbitrary, CUNA says credit unions of that size are small and probably simple.
The controversial tool, which demonstrates the effect of the proposal on credit union capital, is currently available to the public.
Listening sessions are scheduled this summer in Los Angeles, Chicago and in Alexandria, Va.
CUSO leaders cry foul on the NCUA's proposed risk-based capital rule because it assigns the highest risk-weight to CUSOs.
Online tool lets credit unions vary assumptions against the NCUA's proposed capital rule for comment letters and board reports.
Chairman Debbie Matz also says RBC will be the last significant rule of her term, which ends next April.