|NCUA Proposes Streamlined Community Charter Rule||12/17/2009|
The National Credit Union Administration Board today approved a proposed rule to revise and the Agency’s community chartering policies and clearly define what constitutes a community charter.
|Statement by NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz||12/17/2009|
One of my top priorities since returning to NCUA has been to refocus our Field of Membership rule so that there will be no more questions about what constitutes a community.
|Congressional Spending Bill Responds to NCUA Priorities||12/14/2009|
Congress removed the borrowing cap on Central Liquidity Facility (CLF) borrowing for another fiscal year and increased the appropriation for the Community Development Revolving Loan Fund (CDRLF)
|NCUA Charters East River Development Alliance FCU in New York City||12/10/2009|
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Board today approved the charter for a new low-income credit union in New York City.
|Matz Calls on Volunteers to Help Protect Safety and Soundness||12/9/2009|
NCUA Chairman Says Credit Union Directors Can Play Critical Roles in Risk Management, Diversification, and Succession Planning
|Matz Calls for Consumer-Focused Capital Reform||12/7/2009|
NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz today called for changes in the credit union capital regime that would enable credit unions to promote consumer savings while maintaining rigorous safety and soundness standards.
|Matz Sets New Round of Town Hall Sessions||11/30/2009|
National Credit Union Administration Chairman Debbie Matz today announced details of the next round of NCUA Town Hall meetings.
|Credit Union Net Worth Remains Strong, Market Challenges Continue, Third Quarter Numbers Show||11/25/2009|
Credit union net worth remained above 10 percent, the return on average assets is modest at 0.28 percent, membership and lending grew despite overall stress in the economy in the third quarter but delinquencies also increased
|Matz Calls for Lifting of Statutory Member Business Lending Cap||11/24/2009|
NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz urged the Department of Treasury to support increasing or eliminating the statutory cap on credit union member business lending, and allow NCUA to establish the regulatory parameters.
|Buckham Named Head of New NCUA Consumer Office||11/20/2009|
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Board yesterday named Kent Buckham as Director of the newly-created Office of Consumer Protection.
|NCUA Board Proposes Landmark Corporate Reforms||11/19/2009|
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Board today unanimously issued a proposed rule to reform the corporate credit union system by establishing a comprehensive new framework for safety and soundness.
|NCUA Board Approves 2010 Budget to Strengthen Supervision||11/19/2009|
The NCUA Board today unanimously approved a 2010 budget designed to strengthen supervision as troubled credit unions are projected to continue growing both in number and size.
|Matz Attends Forum on Small Business Financing||11/18/2009|
National Credit Union Administration Chairman Debbie Matz attended a forum today on Small Business Financing at the Treasury Department.
|Angela Sanders Named Assistant to Chairman Matz||11/17/2009|
Angela M. Sanders has joined the National Credit Union Administration as staff assistant to Chairman Debbie Matz.
|Statement from NCUA Chairman Matz on Progress since November 5 Meeting on Corporate Credit Union Capital Depletion||11/16/2009|
“Earlier this month I convened a meeting in NCUA’s Central Office where NCUA staff and corporate credit union representatives had a substantive face-to-face discussion on the issue of capital depletion."
|Matz: NCUA Strengthening Supervision in Key Risk Areas||11/13/2009|
National Credit Union Administration Chairman Debbie Matz today told over 150 members of the American Association of Credit Union Leagues (AACUL) that NCUA is strengthening supervision to help credit unions manage areas of heightened risk.
|Matz Statement Following Corporate Meeting||11/5/2009|
Following today’s meeting at the NCUA between Chairman Debbie Matz, senior NCUA staff and 40 representatives from corporate credit unions, natural person credit unions and industry trade associations, Chairman Matz issued the following statement
|NCUA Opens Community Development Revolving Loan Fund||11/4/2009|
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) opened the Community Development Revolving Loan Fund (CDRLF) program today to provide 2009 funding.
|Fryzel Addresses Alliance of Credit Unions||10/26/2009|
NCUA Board Member Michael E. Fryzel, addressed the attendees of the 2009 Annual Meeting and Educational Conference of the Alliance of Credit Unions held on October 15, 2009 in Chandler, AZ.
|Over 900 Participate in Web Town Hall||10/22/2009|
NCUA today concluded over a month of two-way interactive dialogue with the credit union community by hosting more than 900 participants at a “virtual” Town Hall webinar.
|Credit Unions are Eligible for New Financial Education Grants||10/19/2009|
National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Chairman Debbie Matz today welcomed the launch of the new Financial Education and Counseling (FEC) Pilot Program
|Matz Sets Corporate Meeting; Capital, Rulemaking on Agenda||10/16/2009|
National Credit Union Administration Chairman Debbie Matz today scheduled a specially focused meeting on November 5 at 2 p.m. to discuss the status of corporate credit unions’ capital accounts and other issues related to corporate credit unions.
|Virtual Town Hall Set for October 22||10/15/2009|
National Credit Union Administration Chairman Debbie Matz will host a Town Hall Webinar Thursday, October 22 at 3 p.m.
|Statement of the Honorable Deborah Matz Chairman National Credit Union Administration “Examining The State Of The Banking Industry” Before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Subcommittee on Financial Institutions||10/14/2009|
Oct 14, 2009
Statement of the Hon. Deborah Matz, Chairman, National Credit Union Administration, on "Examining the State of the Banking Industry." Presented before the Senate Cmte on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, Subcmte on Financial Institutions.
|Matz Tells Senators of NCUA’s Efforts to Protect Credit Union Members, Mitigate Risks||10/14/2009|
NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz today told the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Subcommittee on Financial Institutions
|Steve Bosack Joins Chairman Matz as Chief of Staff||10/13/2009|
Steve Bosack returns today to a second stint at NCUA, now serving as chief of staff to Chairman Debbie Matz.
|Credit Unions Garner CDFI Funds||10/5/2009|
National Credit Union Administration Chairman Debbie Matz today applauded credit union participation in the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund)’s supplemental funding round.
|San Diego Town Hall Yields Important Discussions||10/5/2009|
In San Diego, Calif., today to voice concerns and share thoughts and ideas about impending revisions to the corporate credit union regulation at Chairman Debbie Matz’s third Town Hall meeting, designed to garner input from industry stakeholders.
|DC Area Town Hall Sparks Increased Credit Union Dialogue||9/30/2009|
National Credit Union Administration Chairman Debbie Matz today heard a wide variety of opinions and suggestions about new corporate credit union rules and other NCUA-related issues from over 160 participants at her second Town Hall Meeting.
|Matz Encourages CDFI Fund Applications||9/25/2009|
Noting the announcement of the Fiscal Year 2010 CDFI Program funding round, NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz today encouraged broader credit union participation in the program as a way to expand service to low-income consumers.
|Hunt Named Director of Corporate Office||9/24/2009|
The Board of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) today named Scott Hunt Director of the Office of Corporate Credit Unions.
|Board Member Hyland Urges NAFCU Members to Comment on Upcoming Proposed Corporate Regulation||9/22/2009|
Board Member Gigi Hyland spoke today before the NAFCU Congressional Caucus in Washington, D.C., and strongly urged attendees to comment on the upcoming proposed corporate regulation, which she anticipates being issued before the end of the year.
|Matz Sounds Themes of Urgency and Involvement at NAFCU Caucus||9/21/2009|
First Speech as NCUA Chair Highlights Corporate Rule, Changes to Community Chartering
|Matz Hears Variety of Suggestions, Concerns at First Town Hall||9/16/2009|
National Credit Union Administration Chairman Debbie Matz yesterday led her first Town Hall Meeting as critical issues sparked extensive discussions
|Chairman Matz Statement on Corporate Capital||9/14/2009|
NCUA Chairman Deborah Matz issued the following statement today
|NCUA Town Hall Meeting Agenda Hosted by Chairman Debbie Matz September 15, 2009 - Clayton, Missouri||9/4/2009|
NCUA Town Hall Meeting Agenda Hosted by Chairman Debbie Matz September 15, 2009 - Clayton, Missouri
|NCUA Chairman Matz Addresses Credit Union Concerns On Credit CARD Act Compliance||8/28/2009|
Matz responses to credit union concerns about compliance with new requirements under the Credit Card, Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure Act of 2009 (Credit CARD Act).
|Matz Announces Town Hall Meeting Schedule||8/28/2009|
NCUA Chairman Deborah Matz today announced three NCUA Town Hall Meetings to discuss corporate credit unions and other credit union issues.
|Deborah Matz Sworn-in as NCUA Chairman||8/24/2009|
Deborah Matz today became Chairman of the National Credit Union Administration.
|Matz to Assume NCUA Chairmanship August 24||8/18/2009|
Deborah Matz will take the oath of office and become the eighth chairman of the National Credit Union Administration Monday, August 24, 2009, at 2 p.m.
|Matz Confirmed by Senate||8/6/2009|
NCUA Board nominee Deborah Matz was confirmed today by the U.S. Senate to a seat on the NCUA three-member Board.
|Matz Confirmed by Senate||8/2/2009|
NCUA Board nominee Deborah Matz was confirmed today by the U.S. Senate to a seat on the NCUA threemember Board. As the NCUA chairman designee, Debbie Matz she will be replacing Republican Michael E. Fryzel as chairman.