Monday, March 28, 2011

Significantly or Critically Undercapitalized Credit Unions

A credit union is considered significantly undercapitalized, if its net worth ratio is below 4 percent. A credit union with a net worth ratio below 2 percent is critically undercapitalized.

Below is a list of credit unions that have a net worth ratio below 4 percent as of the end of 2010 (click to enlarge the image). Some of these credit unions are no longer independent. NCUA has either closed the credit union or the credit union has been acquired by another credit union.

1 comment:

  1. Perhaps this is part of the rationale for the GAO investigation.
    Why are 2 of these conserved and the rest are not?
    How can the trade assoc and regulator project no assessments for retail cu"s?



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