Acting North Carolina Credit Union Administrator Rose Conner said she agreed to not release any state-issued CAMEL codes under her watch. That was good enough for the NCUA to agree Feb. 8 to end separate exams for North Carolina’s state chartered credit unions.
State and federal regulators confirm agreement that will reinstate combined exams halted in fracas over SECU CAMEL score disclosure.
Separate exams in 2012 part of protracted dispute between state, federal agencies over SECU CAMEL score disclosure.
At the Credit Union Enterprise Risk Management conference earlier this month, a senior official at the NCUA declared that the agency is taking a more qualitative approach rather than quantitative in its examinations. Tim Segerson, deputy director of the Office of Examination and Insurance, acknowledged that credit unions that don’t...
How to turn the good ship NCUA around is among questions pondered in this week's column from Sarah Snell Cooke, Credit Union Times' editor/publisher.
DENVER — The NCUA’s opt-in process for low income credit union designation may expand to include state-chartered credit unions, NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz announced last week during her keynote speech at the 2012 NASCUS Summit. The agency hopes to put the program into play later this month by working with...
DENVER — SECU CEO Jim Blaine took NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz to task during a tense exchange about separate exams on Wednesday at the NASCUS summit.
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.
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.
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