SAN FRANCISCO – NCUA official Larry Fazio engages CUNA leaders in a discussion on risk-based capital and takes audience questions.
Risk weights for mortgages, member business loans, investments, CUSOs and corporates will likely be reduced in the final risk-based capital rule.
CUNA executives say a recent meeting with NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz on the risk-based capital rule was productive.
Comparing estimates on the cost of the risk-based capital rule is like comparing apples to eggplants.
Some asset classes in the NCUA's risk-based capital proposal, like consumer loans, have better risk weights than Basel III.
Three asset classes in the NCUA's risk-based capital proposal are better than the banks' Basel requirements.
As written, the NCUA's risk-based capital rule tilts the playing field toward banks.
NCUA Director of the Office of Examination and Insurance Larry Fazio explains the agency's controversial proposed rule.
Deputy General Counsel Mary Dunn says CUNA concerned about risk-based capital proposal details, which the NCUA has not shared with trades.
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