A Foreign Credit Union is a credit union that has been organized under the laws of another state or territory of the United States that may conduct business as a state chartered credit union in this State with the approval of the Administrator, provided state chartered credit unions incorporated under Articles 14A through 14M of this chapter are allowed to do business in the other state under conditions similar to these provisions. N.C.G.S. §54-109.106
When a credit union has a year-to-date negative earnings, management must submit a request to pay dividends to the Division by the 20th of the month in which the dividends will be paid. The request for approval must include the most recent financials, the current delinquency report, and a list of rates being requested for various share and interest-bearing accounts. N.C.G.S. §54-109.54
The Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL) methodology was introduced by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) in its Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016-13, Topic 326. It is a change from the current existing incurred loss model that state chartered credit unions use to support credit losses. Under CECL, the calculation of the expected credit loss will be computed over the life of the loan, which could initially adversely affect capital levels. This change in methodology will require significant planning, data gathering, modeling, governance/oversight, and training. The current effective date for state chartered credit unions is January 1, 2023. All state chartered credit unions are required to comply with CECL, regardless of asset size.
Yes. At least 60 days prior to converting records or changes to Electronic Data Processing (EDP) services/core processing systems, a copy of the proposed contract shall be submitted to the Credit Union Division for approval. Please see NCAC 06C .0301(c) for more information.
Yes. Credit union management may appeal examination requirements and findings. We encourage you to provide continuous and ongoing feedback during the examination and to work with Examiners to resolve disagreements prior to the delivery of the final report. if differences cannot be resolved with the Examiner, we ask that you contact our Examination Manager for additional discussion and consideration. If you wish to formally appeal your report, you may do so by writing to the Administrator of the Credit Union Division within 30 days of receiving your final examination report. If you remain dissatisfied, you may appeal to the Chairman of the Credit Union commission within 30 days of the Administrator's decision..
Scheduling is dependent upon several factors including the overall financial condition of the credit union, the complexity of the credit union, the size of the credit union, historical information, as well as any other factors noted in the pre-scoping process.
Examinations are performed based on the amount of risk identified in each institution; therefore, no two examinations are going to be completed based on the exact same criteria and risk characteristics. After the examination is completed, a formal report is generally written and submitted to the Board and management within 30 days of the exit meeting with management. Some examination reports may be submitted in a much shorter time frame, while more complex and larger examinations take a longer period of time to complete. Regardless of the institution, the Division always strives to communicate the status of all reports during this process.
Any state chartered credit union may appeal to the Commission any finding, ruling, order, decision or the final action of the Administrator by any credit union which feels aggrieved thereby. Notice of such appeal shall be filed with the Chairman of the Commission within 30 days after such finding, ruling, order, decision or other action, and a copy served upon the Administrator. Such notice shall contain a brief statement of the pertinent facts upon which such appeal is grounded. The Commission shall fix a date, time, and place for hearing said appeal, and shall notify the credit union or its attorney at least 30 days prior to the date of said hearing.
If you relocate an existing office in the same county, you must notify the Administrator of the Credit Union Division. If the office is relocated in the same state, but moved out of the county, you must record this with the Register of Deeds of both counties.
Please contact the Deputy Administrator Tony Knox at 984-275-6733 or email at email@example.com.
Semi-annual supervisory fees are calculated using the total assets of state chartered credit unions as of the December 31 and June 30 Call Reports. Supervisory Fee Schedules are emailed to credit union managers in January and July. The total fees are based on the projected budgetary needs of the Credit Union Division. The Administrator discounts the fees whenever possible.
A registered agent is a designated representative of a credit union who serves as an agent for the service of process in NC.
The Division does not charge examination fees for the initial follow-up contact after an examination. For any subsequent contacts after the initial follow-up, the Division assesess a fee at the same hourly rate as the examination rate.
Records are classified as either permanent or non-permanent and should be maintained in accordance with 04 NCAC 06C .1001 and .1002 Retention of Records. Refer to the Administrative Code for detailed information.