ALEXANDRIA, Va. - The 2015 Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund is more than $4.1M, a 8.9% decrease from 2014.
Read the full statement NCUA Board Member J. Mark McWatters made during the November board meeting.
Former NCUA Board Member Michael Fryzel will reopen his Chicago law office next week.
This opinion piece calls for the NCUA to account for how it spends all the dollars in all its funds.
The Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund received a clean audit opinion for the fifth consecutive year.
Financial reports also reveal a continued decline in legacy asset credit ratings.
The NCUA's four permanent funds have received unmodified audit opinions for the year 2013.
NCUSIF, operating fund, community development revolving loan fund and CLF all received clean opinions from KPMG.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Final rule makes technical amendments to NCUA regs.
Legacy asset performance and 2013 assessment reduces estimated outstanding corporate stabilization costs to less than $1.6 billion.