WASHINGTON - Gone is the 5% fixed assets limit and waiver process.
A panel of experts provides advice at a GAC breakout session.
WASHINGTON - Larry Fazio, director of the NCUA Office of Examination and Insurance, said the federal agency will be modernizing AIRES, its technology platform used to conduct exams that will feature a new portal enabling examiners and credit unions to exchange information.
New NCUA vendor authority that keeps the operating budget neutral seems too good to be true.
It seems too good to be true that the NCUA could obtain vendor authority without raising the operating budget.
WASHINGTON - The NCUA reveals how it will leverage technology to improve exams and data security.
Tax reform, regulatory relief and other credit union concerns are in the hands of these members of Congress.
Bethpage FCU takes proactive steps to introduce supplemental capital legislation that now has momentum.
Cyberthreats push authority over credit union vendors to top of the NCUA's legislative priority list.
Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) asks why NCUA is not allowing stakeholders to comment during public hearings.