LA JOLLA, Calif. — Head NCUA examiner David Marquis told WesCorp Future Forum attendees yesterday the agency has charged $215 million to share insurance fund reserves so far in 2008, and the board is scheduled to review two more cases tomorrow.

It's the highest amount in more than 20 years, up from 2007′s total of $40.8 million, and more than all charges combined from 1994 through last year.

California and Florida are the two biggest recipients of share insurance funds, Marquis said. In response, the agency has shifted all of its special action assets team, which focuses on specific risk problems, to the two states.

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