After months of speculation, the NCUA revealed on Sept. 24 a "good bank, bad bank" plan to deal with corporate legacy assets.
The revelation that NCUA sold $800 million worth of U.S. Central FCU and Western Corporate FCU securities in mid-September
Forty eight credit unions received almost $70 million from the U.S. Treasury's Community Development Capital Initiative program, according to the National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions.
The $2.2. million Thurston Union of Low Income People Credit Union, headquartered in Olympia, Wash., is celebrating a $75,000 loan from the U.S. Treasury's Community Development Financial Capital Initiative.
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New securities issued from legacy assets will be guaranteed by NCUA, said Deputy Executive Director Larry Fazio.
NCUA today placed three corporate credit unions into conservatorship: the $7.4 billion Members United Corporate FCU, the $9.5 billion Southwest Corporate FCU and the $1.2 billion Constitution Corporate FCU.
NCUA's sale of $800 million worth of U.S. Central FCU and Western Corporate FCU securities announced yesterday wasn't part of the regulator's legacy assets plan.
The U.S. Treasury Department's Community Development Financial Institutions Fund has announced it will make almost $13 million available to qualified community development credit unions.
Some credit union executives, anxious for the NCUA to reveal its corporate balance sheet solution, say they fear a pending corporate "Black Friday," during which the regulator places three or more corporates into conservatorship or forces mergers.