Read five major concerns trade associations air in their risk-based capital comment letters to the NCUA.
In bid for transparency, bureau says it will open credit union council and others, "the same way most other agencies allow."
DETROIT – Most federation members are too small to comply with the rule, but they could grow into it.
Proposed rule requires largest credit unions to maintain a 5% stress test capital ratio.
Proposed extension allowing estimated fee disclosures won't make remittance compliance any easier.
NAFCU, CUNA say regulatory impact is real and growing, despite NCUA testimony on Tuesday.
Calling the proposed rule's $50M complexity threshold arbitrary, CUNA says credit unions of that size are small and probably simple.
Webinar will focus on ways the NCUA could improve its risk-based proposal before the rule is finalized.
Credit union trade associations join forces to ask the NCUA for an 180-day comment period on its risk-based capital proposal.
Trade association officials say NCUA's public listening sessions are a good sign the regulator will listen to industry input.