Registration Open: NCUA Capital Adequacy Framework Webinar on Feb. 23

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Final Risk-Based Capital (RBC) rule effective for January 2022 and a final rule approved by the Board at the December 2021 meeting for the Complex Credit Union Leverage Ratio (CCULR) will transform the regulatory capital framework for the credit union industry. The implementation of RBC and CCULR will require complex credit unions to understand how to evaluate regulatory capital, Risk-Based Capital standards, and how the new Subordinated Debt rule intersects with the Capital standards.  Credit Unions will also be trained on the Call Reporting requirements for both the RBC and CCULR forms and instructions. 

Don't miss the Capital Adequacy Framework Webinar on Wednesday, Feb. 23 were staff from the NCUA’s Office of Examination and Insurance will focus on the overall capital adequacy framework for all federally insured credit unions, including the final RBC and CCULR rules that are effective this year for complex credit unions. Review of the new RBC and CCULR call report forms will be covered in detail.

Register here. 

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