NCUA Announces Dec. Board Agenda and 2021 Meeting Schedule

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The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Board’s December meeting will occur over two days next week from Thursday to Friday (Dec. 17 – 18). Each open meeting begins at 7 a.m. (Pacific).

On Dec. 17, the board’s agenda includes:

  • Proposed Rule, Part 701, Appendix B, Field of Membership Shared Facility Requirements.
  • Temporary Final Rule, Part 701, Regulatory Relief in Response to COVID-19.
  • Proposed Rule, Parts 703 and 721, Mortgage Servicing Rights.
  • Proposed Rule, Part 701, Overdraft Policy.
  • Final Rule, Parts 701, 702, 709, and 741, Subordinated Debt.
  • Board Briefing, Share Insurance Fund 2021 Normal Operating Level.

On Dec. 18, the board’s agenda includes:

  • Board Briefing, Cybersecurity Considerations for Boards of Directors During COVID-19.
  • Proposed Rule, Part 703, Derivatives.
  • Final Rule, Part 704, Corporate Credit Unions.
  • Request for Information, Supervisory Guidance Review and Improvements in Communications.

There will also be a closed meeting on Dec. 18 to address a supervisory action and a personnel action.

The League will monitor the board meeting on both days and provide an update soon after. NCUA Board meetings are broadcast “live,” accessible from NCUA’s homepage at www.ncua.gov, and also tweeted live on Twitter (@TheNCUA).

NCUA's 2021 Meeting Schedule
The NCUA Board has also released its monthly meeting schedule for 2021. Open board meetings are scheduled to begin at 7 a.m. (Pacific) on the following dates:

  • Jan. 14
  • Feb. 18
  • March 18
  • April 22
  • May 20
  • June 24
  • July 22
  • Sept. 23
  • Oct. 21
  • Nov. 18
  • Dec.16


No meeting is scheduled for August and the meeting schedule is subject to change.

The board meeting calendar is posted to the NCUA’s public website along with the agendas. Copies of board memorandums and other documents related to the items considered are available online at the start of each meeting. For the foreseeable future, the open board meetings will only be livestreamed through the NCUA.gov website, and live updates are posted to Twitter @TheNCUA.

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