NCUA white paper reveals agency's plans to also ask Congress for a risk-based premium plan that mirrors the FDIC's.
The Federal Housing Administration will reduce its annual mortgage insurance premium from 1.35% to 0.85%, the White House announced Jan. 7.
The reduction from 1.35% to 0.85% will save the typical first time home buyer $900 per year, the White House says.
Review the complete prepared remarks NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz read at the November board meeting.
Former NCUA board member says the agency does not need any new employee positions.
Internal fraud as the largest source of credit union losses is nothing new.
Strong internal controls are just one source of prevention.
The CEO of the nation's second largest credit union and a bank lobbyist join forces.
NCUA Board Member Fryzel responds to a recent CU Times column bemoaning Washington and rulemaking.
Some asset classes in the NCUA's risk-based capital proposal, like consumer loans, have better risk weights than Basel III.