ALEXANDRIA, Va. — NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz says she contacted 11 law firms nationwide for feedback.
NCUA Vice Chairman Rick Metsger says the agency could provide the technology in a couple of months.
ALEXANDRIA, Va.—NCUA Board Member J. Mark McWatters says the rule lacks legal authority.
Jan. 21 session will cover the differences between the new and originally proposed risk-based capital rule.
In addition to risk-based capital, look for changes to MBL waivers, cost-benefit accountability and data security.
NCUA Vice Chairman calls out a recent NAFCU opinion piece that questions the agency's desire to update FOM rules and law.
NCUA board adds the rule to its monthly board agenda.
NCUA Vice Chairman directs staff to create guidelines requiring providing encrypted data to the agency, state examiners.
Budgets decline for Matz, McWatters and Metsger for fiscal year 2015.
Congressmen question DOJ settlement with big banks that encourage donations to 'activist groups.'