This Opinion piece from NAFCU CEO Dan Berger takes a hard look at the NCUA's proposed risk-based capital rule.
The urgency to raise the MBL threshold is just as fresh as when the current bill debuted last year on Valentine's Day.
Chairman Debbie Matz will host three Listening Sessions this summer, in San Francisco, Chicago and Washington, before the proposed rule is finalized.
Credit unions can adjust to comply with the proposed rule, but some challenge the rule's details.
Interest rate risk involves more than just fixed-rate, long-term mortgages. Read why IRR keeps the NCUA up at night.
A new minimum 10.5% risk-based capital ratio would be required of federally insured CUs with more than $50M in assets.
The NCUA's proposed new capital standards for credit unions over $50M raises capital requirements and requires risk-weighting 10 asset classes.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – The rule proposed by the NCUA Board Thursday would weight assets in real estate, MBLs and delinquencies.
"I felt there was a lack of effort to reach an agreeable consensus."
Readers sound off on the NCUA's proposed rule that would prohibit running credit unions out of homes.