insurance fund

  • Editor’s Column: Dirty Data Dumps on Credit Unions

    In the aftermath of the NCUA’s release of second-quarter data, several interesting pieces made their way to my inbox last week. One analysis that stirred quite a bit of debate came from The Financial Brand, stating that if current merger and closure trends continue, there will be half the...

  • Guest Opinion: Dark Clouds Hover Over Dual Chartering

    It was the year 1909 when Pierre Jay, the first banking commissioner of Massachusetts, was successful in getting the first credit union act passed in the commonwealth. Many other states followed suit, and then in 1934, the Federal Credit Union Act was enacted, establishing a federal charter and a choice...

  • Dirty (Couple) Dozen Data Dumps: Editor's Column

    The only way to change the trend is to increase the relevancy at the lagging smaller credit unions (and a couple of the larger ones, too) that members apparently feel are irrelevant.

  • Guest Opinion: Congress Must Act to Boost Recovery

    Congress has two opportunities this year to reach back to the Main Street voters who elected them. Neither costs taxpayers a dime. Two bills would enable credit unions to provide affordable capital to consumers and to small businesses. It makes sense, then, for Congress to act this year to enact...

  • Rejected Autoland Bidder Cries Foul

    Nearly three months after the NCUA was appointed the liquidating agent for Telesis Community Credit Union, the agency has been working behind the scenes to divest the cooperative’s roughly $4 million stake in Autoland Inc., an auto buying CUSO.

  • Rejected Autoland Bidder Cries Foul: Print Preview

    The NCUA has been working behind the scenes to divest the former Telesis Community Credit Union's roughly $4 million stake in Autoland.

  • Letter: Ed Speed’s Views Are ‘Just Plain Wrong’

    I read with great interest Edward Speed’s Guest Opinion [July 18 issue, page 12]. I appreciate Speed sharing his thoughts about regulators, trade associations, CUSOs and business lending. We need to dialog about the issues we face so that collectively we can make the right decisions.

  • NCUA Welcomes Your Input On Proposed Rule

    One of the things I remember growing up was the monthly newsletter my parents would receive from our congressman, the late Edward J. Derwinski. He would end each correspondence with the saying, “Remember, no one wielded a scepter more powerful than a person who picks up a pencil to write...

  • Does NCUA Disdain the Dual System?

    The NCUA’s proposed rule that would allow it to declare state-chartered federally insured credit unions in “troubled condition” is the latest move by the federal regulator that has some state- chartered credit unions and their regulators crying foul.

  • Does NCUA Disdain the Dual System? Print Preview

    Proposed NCUA "troubled condition" rule has some state-chartered credit unions, their regulators crying foul. Get the story early in this week's print preview.

Advertisement. Closing in 15 seconds.