National Credit Union Administration. The federal agency that oversees and insures the federal credit union system, and is funded by its members.
An independent federal financial regulatory agency responsible for chartering, supervising, examining and insuring all federal credit unions; it insures the member accounts of those state-chartered credit unions which choose, or are required by state law, to have federal insurance.
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National Credit Union Administration. The federal agency that charters, examines, supervises and insures federal credit unions. Ncua also insures state-chartered credit unions that apply and qualify for deposit insurance. In addition, the ncua operates a central credit facility for member credit unions.... read full article
National Credit Union Administration. A federal agency that insures deposits in credit unions up to $100,000. Visit their website at www.ncua.gov.
National Credit Union Administration. The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) is the federal agency that charters and supervises federal credit unions and insures savings in federal and most state-chartered credit unions across the country through the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF), a federal fund backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government.
National Credit Union Administration. Federal Agency that regulates and examines credit unions.
National Credit Union Administration. An independent federal agency that supervises and insures both federal and state-chartered credit unions. NCUA is entirely funded by credit unions and receives no tax dollars.
NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION. Regulator and examiner for federal credit unions.
National Credit Union Association: Created in 1970 to charter and supervise federal credit unions.
National Credit Union Administration. Regulates all credit unions and insures credit union deposits up to $100,000.