“NCUA has a responsibility, first and foremost, to protect the interests of consumers.
NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz
Our solution is predicated on this very principle.”
The NCUA's 3-Phase Stabilize, Resolve, and Reform Strategy has four guiding principles: 1. Prevent interruption of payment services to credit unions and the 90 million credit union consumers; 2. Preserve confidence in the credit union system; 3. Manage to the least long-term cost consistent with sound public policy; and 4. Facilitate an orderly transition to a new regulatory regime and future state for the corporate credit union system.
This page includes extensive information about NCUA’s comprehensive three-part strategy of stabilization, resolution, and reform, including the NCUA Board actions on September 24, 2010. Related informational video presentations are included along with Letters to Credit Unions and other reference information (Frequently Asked Questions, Fact Sheets, etc).
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