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Wisconsin state regulator Kim Santos takes seat made vacant when John Kohloff resigned last week.
Rose Conner continues as administrator after Jerrie Jay retired last year.
Michigan regulator Kohloff abruptly resigns as the organization continues its CEO search.
The Internal Revenue Service's recent publication on UBITs represents far more than tax refunds to credit unions.
Interest rate risk factors, combined with membership and asset growth, could create a perfect storm, according to the NASCUS board chairman.
Industry organizations tell credit unions door is open for seeking refunds after 15-year fight with feds.
Mary Martha Fortney, who has led NASCUS as president/CEO for 11 years, will retire this year. O'Rourke and Associates chosen as search firm.
The NCUA's proposed new capital standards for credit unions over $50M raises capital requirements and requires risk-weighting 10 asset classes.
CUNA, NAFCU and NASCUS criticize proposal, which would require large credit unions to maintain a stress test capital ratio of at least 5%.