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In a report to Congress released Monday, the NCUA provided more details regarding how examiners will determine capital adequacy when enforcing the agency’s final risk based capital rule. The final rule granted examiners the ability to determine capital adequacy beyond the risk-based capital ratio; when the rule was proposed, that provision drew criticism that it gave examiners too much subjective examination authority.

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