Accounting firms active in credit union industry to combine on Jan. 2.
If nothing’s wrong, there should be nothing to hide, CEO Jim Blaine said of his credit union’s decision to publicize its CAMEL score.
The nation’s second-largest credit union said it is publicly disclosing its CAMEL score as a show of transparency to its 1.7 million members.
Late last year the NCUA published its regulation on expectations for credit union directors. The agency focused specifically on financial literacy and how it will be measured. As the July 27 deadline for compliance looms, Credit Union Leadership Forum conducted a survey of credit union executives and board members as...
FASB's plan to value all loans at "mark-to-market" makes little sense for nearly all credit unions, the FFIEC argues.