In 2011, an NCUA examiner-in-charge reviewed a 2010 state examination of the $23.6 million Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union and said it sounded all too familiar.
This opinion piece calls for the NCUA to account for how it spends all the dollars in all its funds.
The material loss report on the failed Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union reveals red flags back in 2010. The failure cost the NCUSIF $33.5 million.
NCUA Board Nominee Mark McWatters provided a sneak peek into his regulatory views during his confirmation hearing March 13.
WASHINGTON - NCUA Board nominee tells Senate committee he'll consider unintended consequences and promote transparency if confirmed.
NACUSO President/CEO Jack Antonini writes in his comment letter the 250% CUSO risk weight is arbitrary and unsupported by data.
The NCUA's four permanent funds have received unmodified audit opinions for the year 2013.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – NCUA Board approves a proposed rule during its monthly meeting that would make it easier for credit unions to voluntarily liquidate.
NCUSIF, operating fund, community development revolving loan fund and CLF all received clean opinions from KPMG.
The NCUA's risk-based capital rule could destroy the business models of successful niche credit unions.