Reginald Watson, Regulatory Compliance Counsel, NAFCU in a recent article writes that NCUA will be focusing on Liquidity during 2019 audits.

Too much Liquidity or too little Liquidity can be detrimental for credit unions. They should focus on having just the right amount of Liquidity.

Considering buying loans because of persistent low loan to share ratio?

Considering selling loans due to liquidity or concentration risks?

Already buying or selling loans and want to stay abreast of recent NCUA developments?



Related web seminar on this topic:

Loan Participations

Buying and Selling

June 14 • 2018

11 am PT • 12 pm MT

1 pm CT • 2 pm ET


Imani Moise in a December 2018 article in writes: “… “looking behind headline numbers showing healthy loan books, problems appear to be cropping up in areas such as home-equity lines of credit, commercial real estate and credit cards, according to federal data reviewed by Reuters.”

A recession of some degree is probably imminent. Recessions are of particular concern to credit unions as borrowers become hard pressed to make loan payments.


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January 10, 2018

11 am PT • 12 pm MT • 1 pm CT • 2 pm ET


You and the key people in your credit union are invited to join TCT on January 10, 2018 at 2 p.m. (ET) and learn about cutting-edge strategies to meet regulatory expectations and achieve growth and profitability objectives.