A year after financial troubles led to its conservatorship, Texans Credit Union's fiscal health appears to be improving.
ABA economist responds to NCUA announcement, says $1.4 billion suburban Dallas credit union remains critically undercapitalized, delinquencies continue to rise.
In an apparent effort to remain financially sustainable, Texans Credit Union has received $60 million in subordinated debt.
Nearly a year after being placed in conservatorship, it appears Texans Credit Union has received $60 million in subordinated debt to keep it afloat.
A little over a year after Texans Credit Union settled a contentious wrongful termination case with the former president of its insurance CUSO, the cooperative has been hit with yet another suit with strikingly similar details.
David Addison, the former president/CEO of the troubled Texans Credit Union, has resurfaced.
LinkedIn profile lists Addison as CEO, sole employee of Aberdeen Capital Holdings Inc.
Nearly a month after the NCUA placed Texans Credit Union in conservatorship, the regulator has begun the process of assessing the adequacy of the cooperative’s allowance for loan and lease losses account.
New Texas commission member says Lone Star CUs have weathered recession well.
Regulators are often the center of attention, but lately the NCUA has taken the spotlight. Unfortunately for the agency, it’s been low-hanging fruit.