Acting North Carolina Credit Union Administrator Rose Conner said she agreed to not release any state-issued CAMEL codes under her watch. That was good enough for the NCUA to agree Feb. 8 to end separate exams for North Carolina’s state chartered credit unions.
State and federal regulators confirm agreement that will reinstate combined exams halted in fracas over SECU CAMEL score disclosure.
If you’ve ever wanted to appeal the results of your credit union’s NCUA examination to someone outside the agency, a bill moving through the House of Representatives would allow you to do that.
This article will be among the news, features, analysis and insight filling the pages of the next print edition of Credit Union Times.
Saying that it hopes to help several million more families save money while helping the economy, the Obama administration on Oct. 24 unveiled a multifaceted plan to encourage the refinancing of mortgages.
While the NCUSIF’s equity ratio is headed in the right direction, it’s not clear how much it will benefit the bottom line of credit unions.
The NCUA says it's not developing a contingency plan for helping credit unions that stay deal with any new costs from more departures.