NCUA Responds to Budget Criticism by Cutting $6.7 Million from Planned 2023 Increase
In response to the vocal criticism of the proposed 9.6% increase to NCUA’s operating budget for 2023, the board finalized its spending plan with $6.7 million cut from the final numbers reports Esteban Camargo.
NCUA: More People Joining Credit Unions, But CU Numbers Dropping
CUCollaborate’s David Baumann reports on the latest finding from the NCUA’s quarterly credit union data summary for the third quarter of 2022.
Coming to a Credit Union Near You: NCUA Examiners
Tuesday, September 20, Chairman Todd Harper published a letter to federally insured credit unions announcing that the organization would be entering Phase 3 of its onsite operations plan, originally announced back in June 2020 in the midst of the global pandemic, reports Esteban Camargo.
Talk Is Cheap, NCUA Involvement Isn’t
NCUA is going to discuss credit union succession planning, and credit unions may come to regret it, says CUSO Mag Supervising Editor Esteban Camargo. Is NCUA involvement a good thing or will it just be one more expense line?
NCUA Board to Consider Succession Planning Rule on Jan. 27
The National Credit Union Administration board will consider a proposed rule governing succession planning at credit unions on Jan. 27, reports David Baumann of the Washington Credit Union Daily.
NCUA Board Sets NOL at 1.33%, Adopts Compromise Budget
The NCUA board agreed to a compromise budget that will return $15 million to credit unions next year and set the agency’s normal operating level at 1.33% for 2022, reports David Baumann of the Washington Credit Union Daily. The NCUA board also made decisions on final rules for the capital adequacy regulation and mortgage servicing rights.
Harper Endorses Report Identifying Climate Change as Systemic Risk
Federal financial regulators, including NCUA Chairman Todd Harper, endorsed a plan to ensure that agency rules and policies address the risks of climate change, reports David Baumann of the Washington Credit Union Daily.
What Harper Got Wrong with the CUSO Rule Vote
Vic Pantea shares his thoughts on the recent CUSO rule approved by the NCUA board, and why Harper got the vote wrong.
Biden to Nominate Harper for Full Term on NCUA Board
President Biden has announced his intention to nominate National Credit Union Administration Chairman Todd Harper to serve a full term on the agency board, reports David Baumann of the Washington Credit Union Daily.