On Sept. 30, NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz announced she will offer a second comment period for the proposed risk-based capital rule, due to the significant structural changes currently being considered.
Concerned lawmakers receive an update on a new comment period.
A university study finds credit unions file significantly fewer exam appeals than banks do.
Rather than permit a second comment period, the NCUA will propose a revised RBC rule.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The NCUA Board finalized technical amendments Sept. 18 at Mark McWatters’ first meeting, and approved a federal credit union's request to expand its community charter.
Employees at the NCUA and its offices nationwide scored a strike against hunger this year by collecting an estimated 92,950 pounds of food as part of the USDA's sixth annual Feds Feed Families campaign.
While all comments regarding the proposed rule support securitization authority, most also say the NCUA is too restrictive.
The NCUA expands its food drive to all offices nationwide and collects 92,950 pounds.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – The NCUA's newest board member votes in favor of technical amendments to existing rules and a FOM expansion.
Agency says doing so will help ease regulatory burdens for smaller credit unions.