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CUNA chief and NCUA at odds on bank purchase guidance

02/26/20

The debate centers on whether guidance on credit union-bank mergers is necessary.

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Banks are worried about NCUA’s new sub debt rule. Should they be?

02/25/20

Though the agency plans to give more credit unions authority to issue subordinated debt, limited investor appetite and other factors could hamper activity.

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'How can I survive?': Cabbies slam NCUA's medallion loan sale

02/20/20

The credit union regulator's portfolio sale dashed the hopes of a group of New York taxi drivers looking for relief.

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Morgan Stanley to buy E*Trade; ING CEO named to head UBS

02/20/20

$13 billion deal will get Morgan Stanley "ready for prime time"; Ralph Hamers will replace Sergio Ermotti later this year.

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ICBA urges Congress to crack down on CU-bank deals

01/30/20

The head of the small-bank trade group called for hearings to discuss tougher limits on credit union acquisitions of banks.

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Upsides of bank sales to credit unions

01/30/20

The benefits include improved financial inclusion, the chairman of the NCUA argues.

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Critics of credit union-bank mergers have it all wrong

01/24/20

Bankers may not want to hear this, but communities benefit when credit unions buy banks.

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Will NCUA capital plan encourage more bank-credit union deals?

01/23/20

Two major banking organizations objected to a proposal by the agency that would expand the pool of investors in subordinated debt issued by credit unions. They fear it could provide credit unions more financing to buy banks.

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Why we converted from a credit union to a bank

01/23/20

A former credit union CEO explains why it chose to become a bank, subject to taxes, and says Congress needs to intervene in discussions on an NCUA proposal to loosen capital standards.

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NCUA's capital proposal could irk banks and credit unions alike

01/22/20

The National Credit Union Administration plans to unveil new capital proposals on Thursday. It's a given that bankers won't like them, but credit unions could also find themselves disappointed.

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