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After Record 2,052 Comments, NCUA's Next Steps on RBC Plan

The National Credit Union Administration's risk-based capital proposal received a record 2,052 comment letters by the May 28 deadline, surpassing the previous record of 1,300 received in 1995 on proposal that set all rules for federally insured corporate credit unions. The agency said all RBC letters... More

CUNA Launches Action Center on Risk-Based Capital Proposal; CUs Can Voice Concerns to NCUA

The National Credit Union Administration is seeking comments on a proposal regarding risk based capital (RBC) requirements under its prompt corrective action rules. This is easily the most important proposal that NCUA has released in years. The Credit Union National Association's analysis shows that,... More

Risk-Based Capital Rule Comments Due 90 Days From Today; Special Education Session at League Annual Meeting to Cover NCUA Proposal

The risk-based capital rule proposed by the National Credit Union Administration at its February open board meeting -- and hotly discussed by credit unions since – has been published in the Federal Register, signaling thestart of the 90-day comment period. The Credit Union National Association urged... More

NCUA Building 'New Risk-Based Capital Framework'

Standard Tailored to Credit Unions 'Makes Sense for Today and Tomorrow'

BOSTON, Mass. (July 12, 2013) – Calling the agency’s one-size-fits-all capital requirement “outdated and insufficient,” National Credit Union Administration Board Chairman Debbie Matz said NCUA will build a “new risk-based... More

Senate Banking To Vote On Metsger NCUA Nomination July 16

(From CUNA's News Now)
WASHINGTON (7/12/13)--The nomination of Richard Metsger to become a member of the National Credit Union Administration board is scheduled to be voted on July 16 by the Senate Banking Committee. The panel will meet in executive session at 10 a.m. (ET). 
The former Oregon State... More

NCUA Supports CU Capital Bill

The National Credit Union Administration backs a bill that would allow well-capitalized credit unions to match a growing deposit base from a growing membership with capital from sources other than retained earnings--which currently is the only type of capital that counts toward capital ratio.

Under current... More