Webinars on changes in the first credit union call report of 2022, and for the regulatory exam rating system, are planned by their federal regulator for March 8 and 10, respectively.
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) said the March 8 session (scheduled to start at 2 p.m. ET and last for 90 minutes) is a second presentation of the same session held on Feb. 10. The agency said the March session was scheduled “to meet overwhelming demand” for a repeat of the February webinar.
The event covers call report changes for person credit unions effective with the March 2022 reporting cycle, the NCUA said, including new schedules for risk-based capital and the complex credit union leverage ratio (CCULR), which became effective on Jan. 1.
The second session next month, on March 10 (also starting at 2 p.m. ET, and set to run for 60 minutes), will cover updates to the NCUA’s supervisory rating system that is transitioning from CAMEL to CAMELS, effective April 1. The webinar will focus on the addition of a sixth component, ”S” (Sensitivity to Market Risk), and redefining the “L” (Liquidity Risk) component, NCUA said.
Registration for both events is now open, the agency said.