NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Effective Jan. 1, NCUA’s Office of Corporate Credit Unions will reorganize into a new Office of National Examinations and Supervision.
Two member credit unions say they aren’t running for the exits at Corporate America Credit Union following the July 3 announcement that CEO Thomas Bonds had resigned from the $3.3 billion corporate. However, they expressed disappointment and concern that the maverick and charismatic leader will no longer lead the Irondale,...
The Board of Directors of Corporate America Credit Union announced late Tuesday that it has accepted President/CEO Thomas Bonds’ resignation.
Alabama Credit Union Administrator Larry Morgan, who was chairman of the board for the $3.7 billion Corporate America Credit Union as recently as 2010, denied accusations that he has a conflict of interest acting as regulator on issues between the corporate and the NCUA.
Is a personal feud between Corporate America Credit Union CEO Thomas Bonds, who took a leave of absence from his post last month, and NCUA Office of Corporate Credit Unions Director Scott Hunt the reason behind the delay in NCUA approval of a merger between the $3.7 billion Corporate America...
ACUA Administrator Larry Morgan, who served as a volunteer for Corporate America, says no conflict acting as state regulator in issues with the NCUA.
Correspondence between Alabama, federal regulators say OCCU Director Scott Hunt told Corporate America CEO to quit talking to media or the agency "would not support CACU."
With the release to memos from the NCUA and U.S. Central, corporates are getting a better idea of how the corporates' corporate will wind down, and they're ready.
Many U.S. Central services will have new requirements starting Jan. 12, while wires will be discontinued as of March 30 and automated settlement transactions will be discontinued as of May 31.
The NCUA today announced its plans for winding down US Central by yearend.