Praised by Your Association, it is a long-advocated effort for regulatory relief for credit unions.
Chair Metsger established the exam flexibility initiative, requesting input from stakeholders. Now is your chance to add your voice and influence the debate.
The meeting also featured a quarterly update on the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund.
Credit Unions Urged to Complete Annual Regulatory Survey Following Most Recent Exam – Deadline or Not
CUNA’s Annual Regulatory Exam Survey no longer relies on a deadline, but that doesn’t lessen the importance of exam results, which help NWCUA advocate for membership and ensure the examination process is operating well.
A meeting of the Financial Accounting Standards Board, Friday, included proposed changes to the Current Expected Credit Loss model of measuring credit impairment for credit unions.
CUNA is recruiting 150 credit unions to take part in a landmark study on the rising costs of unnecessary regulatory burden, the results of which will be powerful tools to advocate for regulatory relief.
Grant round open for training staff and hiring interns; applications take only minutes.
Breaking News: The NCUA last week released a much anticipated revised risk-based capital proposal.
New Congress and regulatory cycles open 2015 opportunities to provide regulatory relief and improve the operating environment for Northwest credit unions.
Northwest credit unions fought for fair regulations on risk-based capital and many other fronts in 2014, notching substantial victories.
A workgroup to update Washington’s model bylaws for state charters is seeking input from Washington’s credit unions to create a flexible, future-focused document.
The NCUA reported Monday that 75 credit unions were late in filing their call reports. NWCUA members who filed late with good reason are encouraged to contact the Association.
The NCUA approved a proposed rule giving regulatory relief and greater flexibility to managing fixed assets to federal credit unions. Another headline: No Stabilization Fund assessment this year.
It was clear to attendees at the National Credit Union Administration’s Listening Session in Los Angeles Thursday, that the agency won’t finalize the same risk-based capital rule it proposed earlier this year. Productive, open dialogue highlighted the session.
NCUA Fines Five Northwest Credit Unions for Late Call Reports; NWCUA Urges Regulator to Improve its Filing System
The NCUA made good on its threat to fine credit unions for filing late Q1 call reports. Five Northwest credit unions are among those being hit with financial penalties.
Northwest credit unions will be well-represented at the NCUA’s Listening Session in Los Angeles Thursday. The event is the first of three Listening Sessions that NCUA Chair Debbie Matz has scheduled for this summer.
The NCUA’s Listening Session later this month in Los Angeles gives credit union leaders a face-to-face opportunity to weigh-in on the agency’s proposed Risk-Based Capital Rule.
The NCUA will continue to hear an earful of objections to its proposed Risk-Based Capital rule. The NWCUA outlines a number of venues for more input this summer.