Your League this week submitted its comment letter on the National Credit union Administration's revised risk-based capital plan (RBC2). CUNA submitted its comment letter Friday. While holding firm to the view that the rule is unnecessary and should be tabled, the letters offer a number of constructive... More
National Credit Union Administration Board Chair Debbie Matz announced recently that she will ask the board to consider a revised version of the risk-based capital proposal at its Jan. 15 open board meeting. Matz also said a 90-day public comment period would likely follow.
"During the six months... More
(From CUNA's News Now)WASHINGTON (9/9/14)--Federal legislators on both sides of the aisle have joined their voices with the unprecedented 2,056 comments from people and organizations expressing concerns with the National Credit Union Administration's risk-based capital (RBC) proposal. Since the rule... More
(FROM CUNA's NEWS NOW)WASHINGTON (8/8/14)--Two more U.S. senators have sent a letter of concern to the National Credit Union Administration regarding its risk-based capital proposal, bringing the total number of Senate lawmakers to weigh in to 26. That's 26% of the chamber's members. And on the House... More
Congressmen Randy Forbes (R-4), Bob Goodlatte (R-6), and Morgan Griffith (R-9) signed on to the letter that expresses concerns to the National Credit Union Administration about its risk-based capital letter.
They join Reps. Gerry Connolly (D-11), Robert Hurt (R-5), Bobby Scott (D-3), Jim Moran (D-8),... More
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