NCUA revises board agenda for July 22 meeting, removing strategic plan review

The strategic plan review for the federal credit union regulator’s board will not be on the agenda for its meeting Thursday after all, the regulator indicated Wednesday as it issued a revised meeting plan.

However, a proposed rule on a complex credit union leverage ratio, and a request for information on digital assets and related technologies, remains extant on the National Credit Union Administration’s (NCUA) board agenda for the Thursday meeting.

NCUA gave no reason for removing the strategic plan review, which was to cover the five-year period of 2022-26. On July 16, the board issued an agenda with all three board items.

NCUA Board Agenda for the July 22, 2021 Meeting