To excel in today’s competitive environment, boards must be willing to make bold decisions. However, bold decisions can be risky, particularly for directors worried about protecting their personal assets. Directors should feel comfortable being decisive without the threat of litigation hanging over their heads.
NCUA is calling on Congress to extend the statute of limitations for bringing charges against officers and directors of failed credit unions. What's troubling
It was recently reported that 75% of all credit unions are under some form of administrative action from the NCUA.
One of the core principles in the U.S. Constitution is the notion that government should not take a citizen's property without just compensation.