Former NCUA Chair Matz Elected to Mutual of Omaha Board

Matz, the only person to ever serve two different terms on the NCUA board, resigned in April.

NCUA Chair Debbie Matz to Step Down April 30

NCUA Chair Debbie Matz announced she will step down April 30. On her watch, credit unions hit the 100 million membership and $1 trillion asset benchmarks.

Hike the Hill: Northwest Credit Unions Make Impact in D.C.

Leaders from Oregon and Washington credit unions met with federal lawmakers and regulators about key policy initiatives and shared the enormous impact of credit unions on their members and communities.

NCUA Eases Secondary Capital Supervisory Policies

Changes make it easier for low-income credit unions to obtain secondary capital and give investors greater clarity.

NCUA: No Stabilization Fund Assessments in the Foreseeable Future

Careful management and improving economy have driven assessment projections into the negative, says Matz.

Compliance Center: NCUA Board Chairman Matz Outlines Five Areas of Regulatory Relief

Matz says supplemental capital, fields of membership among regulatory relief targets; your question answered about cash advances; plus this week’s legal briefs.

Expect New RBC Proposal January 15

NCUA Chair Debbie Matz plans to unveil a revised RBC proposal at the board’s January 15 open meeting.

No 2014 Share Insurance Fund Premium: NCUA

The NCUA says no 2014 premium, approves joint rule amending flood insurance and correction to corporate rule.

Obama Cyber Security Advisor to Present at Amplify

Adam Sedgewick, who led the development of Obama’s cyber security framework, will share best practices in an Amplify breakout.

NCUA to Propose Revised RBC Rule, Open Second Comment Period

NCUA Chairman Matz says that the new proposal will include a longer implementation period and revised risk-weights, and trigger a second comment period.

Matz Committed to “Warranted” RBC Changes

Responding to Rep. Holding, Matz says that changes are in development, second comment period dependent on changes.

NCUA Board to Vote on Vice Chair

NCUA Chair Debbie Matz’s designation of Rick Metsger as vice chair hit a speed bump this week, and awaits affirmation of the full board.

Metsger Named Vice Chair, NCUA

Rick Metsger, a native Oregonian and former Portland Teachers Credit Union board member, has been named vice chairman of the NCUA. The announcement was made by Chairman Debbie Matz Monday.

Matz Confident NCUA Will Produce a “Sensible” RBC Rule

With the last of the NCUA’s three listening sessions complete, the regulator moves into the next phase of finalizing the risk-based capital rule.

Merkley to Matz: Listen Carefully to Credit Unions’ Concerns

Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley, in a letter to NCUA Chair Debbie Matz, supported credit unions’ concerns with the regulator’s proposed risk-based capital rule. Merkley noted current capital regulation is “a source of strength for their balance sheets.”

Senate Confirms McWatters to NCUA Board

The U.S. Senate confirmed J. Mark McWatters as the newest member of the NCUA board. He will take office as the NCUA prepares to finalize the controversial risk-based capital rule.

‘Inside Exchange’: NCUA Chair Debbie Matz Talks About Corporate Assessments, Stress Testing & More

NCUA Chair Debbie Matz talks about the anticipated range of corporate assessments, a new stress-testing proposal and a variety of other key topics in the first of a two-part video interview for CUNA’s “Inside Exchange.”

NCUA’s Matz tells Amplify Crowd: ‘Our Job is to Help Credit Unions Move Forward’

Credit unions say they face a regulatory burden that often feels oppressive, but NCUA board Chairman Debbie Matz said Tuesday that the federal regulator has taken significant steps to ease that burden, and she insisted that “gone are the days when we say no simply because we’ve always said no.”