The NCUA Chair says the agency regulations provide the necessary consumer protection.
Exam Flexibility Initiative looking to collect experiences and ideas from credit unions.
Comments sought as part of a review of NCUA’s Call Report and Credit Union Profile efforts. Also, NCUA to reduce outstanding Stabilization Fund borrowings by sending $700 million to Treasury.
The new Chair of the NCUA Board made the announcement during a speech this week, seeking to streamline examination processes.
NCUA Vice Chair Rick Metsger has been appointed Chair of the NCUA Board. Also, low-income credit union grant round opens June 1.
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.
NCUA Vice Chair Rick Metsger isn’t fazed by bank lobby claims the regulator is overstepping its authority. Metsger said “90 percent” of regulatory changes credit unions want to better serve their members, NCUA can provide.
Along with the four priorities, Metsger said he wants to take certain issues out of the NCUA’s hands and put them in the hands of credit union directors, “where they belong.”
Metsger said new RBC proposal would reflect comments, auto lending is an area of concern, fraud poses significant reputational risk.
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.
NCUA Director Rick Metsger, a native Oregonian, returns to the Northwest on October 7, to address the Northwest Credit Union Association’s Amplify Convention and Annual Business Meeting in Spokane. Now one year into his regulatory role, Metsger shares his perspective with Anthem.
NCUA Director Rick Metsger announced support for Supplemental Capital in an address to Massachusetts credit unions this week. As well, he reiterated regulator plans to significantly review and adjust the proposed risk-based capital rule.
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.
“It’s a great day to be a credit union advocate”: Oregon and Washington’s GAC delegates spent much of the day Tuesday preparing to “hike the Hill” today and share the credit union message with all four Northwest senators and all 15 of the region’s representatives.
Mr. Metsger Goes to Washington: An Exclusive Interview with Rick Metsger, the NCUA’s Newest Board Member
New board member Rick Metsger says he’ll bring a Northwest perspective to the NCUA, along with a belief that “we can meet our regulatory responsibility while working to not unduly burden well-meaning credit unions.”
Higher interest rates are coming, new NCUA board member Rick Metsger said during a swing through Oregon this week, and he urged credit unions to have plans in place now to manage risk and protect their reputation.
Former Oregon State Senator Rick Metsger is now a member of the NCUA board. He was sworn in during a ceremony in the US Senate Friday morning.
Oregonian Rick Metsger takes his place on the NCUA Board of Directors following a swearing in ceremony in Washington Aug. 23. The NCUA reports the private ceremony will take place on Capitol Hill at 10 a.m.