Items Tagged with 'Risk-based Capital'


Risk-Based Capital Plan a 'Solution in Search of a Problem'

CU leaders question necessity of proposal given costs and CUs' high capital levels.
CUNA and the leagues will continue to drive further improvements.
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Top Tweetable Moments from the January NCUA Board Meeting

CUNA applauds revisions to NCUA’s risk-based capital proposal but will continue efforts to enhance rule.
Check out scenes from the CUNA risk-based capital ‘war room.’
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NCUA to Release Risk-Based Capital Proposal Today

CUNA continues to press agency for significant changes to the plan.
Upcoming webinars will explain the revised proposal and detail changes made from the initial version.
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Stagnation by Overcapitalization

NCUA’s risk-based capital proposal would inhibit CU growth.
NCUA’s risk-based capital proposal would inhibit CU growth.
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Council Corner: Risk-Based Capital

CFO says NCUA's proposal 'would have a material impact' on his CU.
CFO says NCUA's proposal 'would have a material impact' on his CU.
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Follow CU Magazine, News Now for Comprehensive ACUC Coverage

Risk-based capital discussion, insightful speakers headline the event, which begins today.
The Credit Union Magazine and CUNA’s News Now websites will provide comprehensive, onsite coverage of keynote speakers, breakout sessions, and key developments from ACUC, which runs through Thursday.

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Schenk Outlines ‘Grave Concerns’ with NCUA’s Risk-Based Capital Proposal

Policymakers should encourage more of what CUs do, not less.
The comment deadline for NCUA’s risk-based capital proposal is Wed., May 28.
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Risk-Based Capital Proposal Raises Red Flags

CUs must exert their influence on one of NCUA's most important regulations in some time.
CUNA urges CUs to voice their concerns before the comment period closes May 28.
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Capital Plan Creates Grave Concerns

NCUA’s risk-based capital proposal would require CUs to hold billions more in capital.
‘The clock is ticking: The comment period on this proposal expires May 28.’
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