ALEXANDRIA, Va. (July 22, 2014) – The National Credit Union Administration announced today the July 2014 issue of The NCUA Report is now available on its website at http://www.ncuareport.org/ncuareport/july_2014.
This latest issue includes columns from NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz, Board Member Michael E. Fryzel and Board Member Rick Metsger. It also includes articles from several NCUA offices on the agency’s initiatives and information on supervisory, regulatory and compliance issues that are important to all federally insured credit unions.
The articles in this month’s edition include:
- NCUA Board Proposes Allowing Credit Unions to Securitize Their Own Assets
- Chairman’s Corner: Honor the Past by Protecting the Future
- Board Member Fryzel’s Perspective: Passing the Torch
- Board Member Metsger’s Perspective: You Are Now Entering “The Buffer Zone”
- Board Actions: Proposed Appraisal Rule and Final Voluntary Liquidation Rule Cut Red Tape
- Understanding the Basics of an Information Security Policy
- NCUA Can Help Consumers Improve Their Personal Finance Knowledge
- NCUA Unveils New Resources for Interest Rate Risk and Consumer Compliance
- Understanding the Civil Money Penalty Process for Late Filers
- Agencies Issue Guidance for Home Equity Lines of Credit
Published monthly, The NCUA Report is NCUA’s flagship publication. The newsletter highlights important NCUA Board actions and key issues that credit union volunteers and management need to know. In 2013, the newsletter had approximately 300,000 page views. For previous issues of The NCUA Report, go to http://go.usa.gov/583d
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the U.S. Congress to regulate, charter and supervise
federal credit unions. With the backing of the full
faith and credit of the United States, NCUA operates
and manages the National Credit Union Share
Insurance Fund, insuring the deposits of nearly 100
million account holders in all federal credit
unions and the overwhelming majority of
state-chartered credit unions. At
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