As FDIC Proposes Deposit Insurance Changes, CU Trades Emphasize Parity
As policymakers struggle with whether to increase deposit insurance at financial institutions—the FDIC outlined its own plan on Monday—credit union trade groups said they want banks and credit unions to be treated the same if changes are made, reports David Baumann of CUCollaborate.
Toeppe Named NCUA Director of Examination and Insurance
Myra Toeppe has been named director of the Office of Examination and Insurance at the National Credit Union Administration, reports David Baumann of the Washington Credit Union Daily.
NCUA’s Dire Warnings for NCUSIF: Credit Unions Must Pay Attention
Does the NCUA Board have a solid grasp of the NCUSIF? Chip Filson doesn’t believe so, and warns that credit unions must watch over their investment more carefully or be swept away in rampant government spending.
When It Comes to Changing Insurance, the NCUA Should Be a Simple Vendor, Not a Customs Agent
Why is it that NCUA dictates the rules for switching to private insurance for credit unions that are chartered by their state, not federally? Vic Pantea thinks that should change to give credit unions and their states more autonomy over their insurance choices.