The $29B State Employees’ CU says it’s ready for NCUA’s stress testing procedure.
The $29B State Employees’ Credit Union has seven times the necessary funds to cover annual loan losses.
Independent firm KPMG tracks deposits at the $29 billion State Employees’ Credit Union from 2002 to 2014.
State Employees’ CU outlines recent financial performance and its risk profile and risk management overview.
The $28.6B State Employees’ says higher-priced 100%-financed mortgages could look like unfair lending in HMDA data.
Two CEOs who fought public battles with the NCUA respond to an academic report critical of the agency's appeals data.
Blaine says he prefers CFPB to NCUA. Cheney opposes leaving just one credit union under CFPB supervision.
Thanks to low yields and rising interest rates, credit unions could see increased early withdrawal penalties.
APCO's CFO says the WSJ reporter repeatedly told him the NCUA did not tell him to call.
A provision in the risk-based capital proposal gives NCUA examiners more authority.