20-EA-01: NCUA - Combination Transactions With Non-Credit Unions; Credit Union Asset Acquisitions

On January 30, 2019, the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) published a proposed rule to create new Subpart D of Part 708a of its regulations to clarify the procedures and requirements currently in place related to combination transactions. Combination transactions include transactions where a federally-insured credit union (FICU) proposes to assume assets and liabilities from a bank, or a non-depository financial institution, such as a mortgage bank, as part of a merger or consolidation.

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