ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The NCUA board approved a $236.8 million budget for the agency next year, a 5.1% increase from 2011.
Here’s a news flash: The NCUA’s annual budget is a sound investment by credit unions to protect their bottom lines.
This article will be among the news, features, analysis and insight filling the pages of the next print edition of Credit Union Times.
This opinion piece will be among the news, features, analysis and insight filling the pages of the next print edition of Credit Union Times.
The NCUA’s 950 unionized NCUA employees will not get a pay raise next year but will get a more generous retirement package, the agency said Tuesday.
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At a recent credit union meeting when I raised the subject of the NCUA’s recent proposal to permit credit unions to voluntarily prepay assessments, earning 0% interest with the agency, CEO heads were shaking. All in disbelief and all in response to the question, “Will your credit union be participating?”
The majority of NCUA employees, who are covered by a collective bargaining agreement, will receive pay increases, despite a federal pay freeze.
The NCUA announced its budget increase at the last board meeting much to the dismay of the industry that supports it financially.