Basel Committee guidance for loan loss could mean big changes for U.S. credit unions.
Credit unions appear to dislike the NCUA's revision of its proposed risk-based capital rule.
The forces that would drive credit union consolidation are often thwarted by self-preservation.
Credit union executives said the NCUA's new proposal on fixed assets would be beneficial, or have no effect.
Credit union trade associations push the Senate to pass a number of bills already approved by the House.
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 final risk-based capital rule must avoid unintended, negative consequences.
Had the NCUA's proposed risk-based rule been in effect in 2007, it could have saved the NCUSIF as much as $180 million.
Credit unions that sued over medallions say they are holding their own.