In this Print Preview from our Feb. 29 issue, credit union people answer this question: "Should CAMEL ratings be disclosed?"
A church seeking to recover lost money is alleging that NCUA staff acted unscrupulously.
I was very happy to see both Chip Filson and Jim Blaine support the release of CAMEL ratings (CU Times, Jan. 25, page 1).
The email from the NCUA to current Western Bridge members summed it up. “The National Credit Union Administration Board awarded Catalyst Corporate Federal Credit Union (Catalyst) the exclusive right to acquire Western Bridge Corporate Federal Credit Union (Western Bridge).”
I know what I’m talking about at least half the time: my 2011 predictions were hit and miss. Like any other industry observer, they’re all educated guesses, and we’re even asked to speak about what we foresee. As the late Red Skelton is often credited with saying, “Give the people...
I know what I’m talking about at least half the time: my 2011 predictions were hit and miss.
NCUA awards Texas-based corporate "exclusive right to acquire" remains of WesCorp.
Here’s a news flash: The NCUA’s annual budget is a sound investment by credit unions to protect their bottom lines.
This opinion piece will be among the news, features, analysis and insight filling the pages of the next print edition of Credit Union Times.
Credit unions should set aside between 8 and 11 basis points for next year’s assessment to pay for the corporate credit union rescue, NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz advised last week.