Interest rate risk factors, combined with membership and asset growth, could create a perfect storm, according to the NASCUS board chairman.
Mary Martha Fortney, who has led NASCUS as president/CEO for 11 years, will retire this year. O'Rourke and Associates chosen as search firm.
CUNA, NAFCU and NASCUS criticize proposal, which would require large credit unions to maintain a stress test capital ratio of at least 5%.
John Kolhoff, director of the Michigan Office of Credit Unions, has been elected chairman of NASCUS, the association said Monday.
BECU General Counsel Parker Cann receives Pierre Jay Award at trade group's Idaho confab.
Bureau, trade group agree to promote consistent exam procedure and consumer law enforcement, minimize regulatory burden.
Deputy state commissioner talks control functions, other issues with NASCUS.
Connecticut regulator Mary Ellen O'Neill replaces Idaho regulator Mary Hughes on association board.
SECU's Jim Blaine says publish, credit union lawyer Richard Garabedian says no. Audience says CAMEL itself's the problem.
NASCUS and others believe the important balance provided by the dual chartering system may be at risk, and we must work to ensure dual chartering is viable and thriving.