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The Office of Examination and Insurance provides national guidance for NCUA's efforts to assure the safety and soundness of federally insured credit unions. The Division of Supervision oversees NCUA's examination and supervision program. The Division of Risk Management oversees and directs NCUA's credit union problem resolution program. The Central Liquidity Facility provides liquidity for all credit unions and can invest in U.S. government and agency obligations, deposits of federally insured institutions and shares or deposits in credit unions.


For Credit Unions

Asset/Liability Management & Investing
This section contains a collection of information for credit union investments and asset liability management, including investment pilot programs, guidance papers, consultant studies, ALM procedures, and the Asset Valuation Workbook.


Automated Integrated Regulatory Examination Software (AIRES) Exam Info
NCUA examiners use our Automated Integrated Regulatory Examination Software (AIRES) to complete examinations on their laptop computers. AIRES is a combination of Visual Basic and Microsoft Excel, Access, and Word programs.


Central Liquidity Facility
The CLF is a mixed ownership government corporation created to improve the general financial stability of credit unions.
The CLF exists to help credit unions meet their liquidity needs.


Credit Union Bonds
NCUA regularly updates this list of bonds approved for Federal Credit Union use. This list included the Credit Union Bond Form Number and the Carrier.


Phone: 703-518-6360
FAX: 703-518-6499


Mailing Address:
National Credit Union Administration
1775 Duke St.
Alexandria, VA 22314