Two ad hoc industry groups, one in Michigan and the other in Tennessee, that have been among the most vocal in lambasting NCUA policies on corporates, salaries and compliance all year, held firm in their critical stands again last week. And they issued new complaints.
Two ad hoc industry groups among the most vocal in stirring critical debate about the NCUA said their stands are unchanged.
I read the Editor's Column ("CUs Deserve a Complete Capital Restructuring") in the Jan. 26 issue and could not agree more.
The NCUA announced its budget increase at the last board meeting much to the dismay of the industry that supports it financially.
Read the complete transcript of an interview between Sarah Snell Cooke, editor-in-chief of Credit Union Times, and CUNA CEO Bill Cheney discussing his first 100 days in the position with links to video.
CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney came to head up the largest national credit union trade association during a period of great tumult.
NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz, speaking to Texas credit union leaders as part of the agency's town hall series last week, reaffirmed an agency pledge to honor expiring service contracts
After a rough 2008 and 2009, conditions are slightly better this year for many credit unions. During his 10 years as NAFCU president/CEO, Fred Becker has observed many highs and lows in the credit union movement.
With the NCUA beating the drum even louder lately to increase the member business lending cap, the regulator is still aware of the troubled loan portfolios that have plagued some credit unions.
Stuart Perlitsh said we build capital thru earnings (Feb. 24 Letter), while Tom Dorety thinks we need to build capital through some new alternative capital (March 10 Letter).