The NCUA isn’t saying how much it will charge credit unions to repay corporate stabilization or other NCUSIF expenses.

However, Chief Financial Officer Mary Ann Woodson’s March 18 share insurance fund report stated that after credit unions pay their regularly scheduled 1% deposit adjustment next month, the fund’s equity ratio will rise to 1.26%. That’s still a few basis points below the fund’s 1.30% normal operating level, but much closer than last September, when a portion of the 15 basis point special assessment was needed to return the NCUSIF’s equity ratio to 1.30%.

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