Larry Fazio's commentary (“Revised RBC Proposal Reflects Lessons Learned,” Jan. 22, 2015, CU Times) cites the financial crisis as the catalyst for the NCUA's second risk-based capital proposal, stating that many of the failures would have been prevented in part if this new rule had been in place.
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Citing the financial crisis as the catalyst for the NCUA's RBC proposal is an overgeneralization of a complex issue.
The financial crisis may seem like a thing of the past nowadays, but in the words of a philosopher, “those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
Insufficient capital during the financial crisis helped caused natural person credit union failures that cost the share insurance fund $750M.
The event featuring NAFCU staff and the NCUA's Larry Fazio will broadcast from 1 to 2:30 p.m. on Friday.
Jan. 21 session will cover the differences between the new and originally proposed risk-based capital rule.
Two CEOs who fought public battles with the NCUA respond to an academic report critical of the agency's appeals data.
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