FDR signed Federal Credit Union Act on June 26, 1934.
CUNA executives say a recent meeting with NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz on the risk-based capital rule was productive.
A proposal by the NCUA regarding risk-based capital has gotten much attention.
CUNA and NAFCU refute a Wall Street Journal article critical of credit union asset management.
CUNA Chief Economist Bill Hampel becomes interim president/CEO of the trade organization on June 11.
CUNA's chief economist will take over after Bill Cheney leaves June 11.
Webinar will focus on ways the NCUA could improve its risk-based proposal before the rule is finalized.
Despite all the risk-weighting, the NCUA can require whatever it wants of your credit union's capital.
Despite risk-weighting and 7% leverage ratio, the NCUA can require whatever it wants of your credit union’s capital.
The $211 million Alabama State Employees Credit Union is the first financial institution to sue Target seeking breach losses.