Credit union trade groups are in agreement when it comes to the NCUA’s derivatives proposal. Unfortunately, the responses aren’t pretty.
Trades oppose high cost of participation and implementation strategies.
WASHINGTON — Credit union leaders meet with lawmakers to push for expanding access to supplemental capital.
Bureau, trade group agree to promote consistent exam procedure and consumer law enforcement, minimize regulatory burden.
In the credit union system, expanding compliance requirements and increasing complexity of operations have made the work of credit union executives and their examiners more challenging. In an effort to assist the credit union system, NASCUS has prepared the following summary of supervisory priorities for the year. This summary incorporates...
The NCUA will provide state regulators with a list of low-income eligible credit unions through a cooperative effort between the NCUA and NASCUS.
Measure would allow NCUA to allow healthy, well-managed credit unions to accept supplemental forms of capital.
Connecticut regulator Mary Ellen O'Neill replaces Idaho regulator Mary Hughes on association board.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The NCUA approved a controversial final rule during its Jan. 10 board meeting that would allow the federal regulator to declare a state-regulated, federally insured credit union to be in “troubled condition”.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — New rule requires federal regulator to do onsite visit to state-chartered credit union; Matz says rule "levels playing field."