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Creating future accounting fictions is at the core of the regulator’s rationale for paying itself more and returning less to credit unions.
Are you willing to get involved in saving the NCUA from itself and the credit union movement for future generations?
Keeping credit unions’ money for itself in the corporate bailout fund merger is the last straw — NCUA’s self-interest trumped its cooperative responsibility.
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The NCUA does not need to keep credit union corporate bailout money, if the past is still prologue.
Free from congressional oversight, how will the still-independent NCUA answer calls for its own financial answerability?
The case for merging the TCCUSF & NCUSIF and how credit unions can comment on the proposal.
The regulator is offering a rare opportunity for input on how it handles billions in credit unions’ money, but the movement better move fast.
Merging the TCCUSF and NCUSIF is a good idea. But don’t let NCUA fool you into keeping $1 billion of your members’ money.
Five can't-miss data points featured this week on CreditUnions.com.
Here’s how and why to learn more and then speak out about the NCUA’s proposed merger of the corporate credit union and share insurance funds. Plus, attend our webinar.