The FDIC’s fund for insuring banks will have to pay out $19 billion because of bank losses over the next five years, a decline from the original estimate of $23 billion, the agency said last week.
NCUA Board member addresses NAFCU Congressional Caucus on Tuesday, invokes FDR at Mayflower Hotel.
Sarah Snell Cooke’s column, “Parsing the Possible Harm Awaiting NCUSIF” (Aug. 17 issue) presents some unfounded extrapolations about potential losses to the NCUSIF. The column simply took the assets of all CAMEL 4 and 5 credit unions, assumed they would all fail and applied the average loss ratio of 17%...
Every now and again it’s interesting to study the statistics of the credit union industry. Some we find merely satisfy an idle curiosity, while others can have far more serious implications.
Every now and again it’s interesting to study the statistics of the credit union industry. Serious implications sometimes emerge.
Saying it only received $369.9 million in pledges, the NCUA announced last week that it will not go forward with the program allowing credit unions to prepay some of their assessments on the cost of
As Jack Antonini approaches the one-year mark since taking the helm at the National Association of Credit Union Services Organizations, the former bank CEO marveled at the number of collaborations CUSOs frequently engage in.
During the industry debate over board member term limits, regulators have focused on the board's responsibilities, financial literacy, qualifications and, in almost every regulatory letter, made it clear that the board is responsible for more and more of the credit union's day-to-day operations.
The NCUA has threatened to sue four investment banks if they don’t refund $50 billion from the sale of mortgage-backed securities to five corporate credit unions that the agency conserved last year, according to several sources within the credit union industry.