Find out which of the nation's five largest credit unions support making their results public.
The nation's five largest credit unions debate whether their stress test results should be made public.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The NCUA Board approved a 4.2% budget increase for the fiscal year 2015 in a monthly meeting that was filled with tension, thanks to debate between Chairman Debbie Matz and Board Member J. Mark McWatters.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. - Board Member Mark McWatters votes against the budget and calls for the reinstatement of budget hearings.
Find out who the NCUA's top earners were in 2013, and how much they made.
NCUA Board Member Metsger explains how he was convinced to vote in support the final rule.
In less than two weeks, we’ll ring out 2013, a year we’ll long remember as the one where the credit union industry turned a corner and found a smoother path.
Each November, the NCUA puts forth its budget for the following year. Every year, NAFCU has steadfastly pressed NCUA to be vigilant in keeping every possible cost down.
According to the credit union industry's two major trade associations, the NCUA's proposed stress test rule is unnecessary because the four largest credit unions in the nation already conduct their own tests.
It's been encouraging to see the ample response we've received to our ongoing coverage on reputation risk as it relates to small credit union fraud. Most of the feedback has been positive, with vendors and credit union managers alike saying the issue can no longer be ignored.