In July 2017, the NCUA board proposed a merger of the Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund (TCCUSF) into the NCUSIF. It fast-tracked the effort to complete the merger in September 2017.
But the NCUA’s staff recommendation on how to implement it is flawed.
What’s at stake? More than $1.8 billion of credit union members money.
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: NCUA’s Financial Modeling Legacy For TCCUSF
Part 3: A Brief History Of The NCUSIF
Part 4: What Actions Should Credit Unions Take Right Now?
Part 5: Questions And Answers
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