Both CUNA and NAFCU say the NCUA's letter to Congress on risk-based capital doesn't address concerns.
Read five major concerns trade associations air in their risk-based capital comment letters to the NCUA.
The House Financial Services Chairman asks the NCUA to explain how examiners use reputation risk to judge safety and soundness.
Justice Department says the student loan servicer overcharged military borrowers.
As written, the NCUA's risk-based capital rule tilts the playing field toward banks.
Falling numbers of small credit unions should not be blamed on the OSCUI.
The CEO of a $3.5M credit union in Montana says the OSCUI helped her shop develop a safe and sound business plan.
NCUA Board Member Metsger explains how he was convinced to vote in support the final rule.
Callahan webinar highlights rule's flaws, including clause that allows for subjective examiner judgment on capital.
The two-part video is available on the NCUA's YouTube channel.