NAFCU on Monday launched an “NCUA Money Watch” page on the association website that will give credit unions the most up-to-date analysis of the NCUA’s budget and finances.
“Every day, credit unions consider how economic conditions will impact their members,” wrote NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger in an email to members. “Now, more than ever, credit unions are wondering what changes in Washington, D.C. will mean for their bottom line in 2017.”
Credit unions will get updates on the planned refund from the Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund, any potential premiums to be charged by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund and the NCUA budget.
The updates will include links to more comprehensive coverage of the issues as well as information about NAFCU’s latest advocacy efforts.
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