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#152 Is Artificial Intelligence A Risk for Credit Unions: What My Voice Sounds Like with AI

Should Artificial Intelligence or AI Scare Credit Unions?  This  is With Flying Colors but this is NOT Mark Treichel.  This is an AI  recording of my voice that is say...

#151 NCUA Advertises New Supervisory Staff Position: Director of Specialist Resources & What it Means for CUs

NCUA is adding a new Supervisory Level position which is a good move.  In this episode we discuss why they are doing it and what it means for credit unions.https://www...

# 150 NCUA Testifies Before Subcommittee on Digital Assets, Financial Technology, and Inclusion

Full Testimony below.  In this episode, I discuss why the statements below and recent events in credit union cybersecurity will lead NCUA to push harder on obtaining 3...

#147 Strategic Credit Union Mergers with Olden Lane's Dan Prezioso

In this episode of the 'With Flying Colors' podcast, host Mark Treichel interviews Dan Prezioso, a partner at Olden Lane, to discuss the dynamic landscape of credit un...

What Credit Unions Need to Know About the 100 Year Report on FHLB System with Ryan Donovan

Exploring the FHFA 100 Year Report and its Impact on the Council of Federal Home Loan BanksIn this episode of 'With Flying Colors', Mark Treichel hosts Ryan Donovan, t...

NCUA Indicates CAMEL Codes Keep Getting Worse

The episode covers the potential economic risks for credit unions, with a focus on the increases in Camel Code 3s. Mark Treichel recaps NCUA Chairman Todd Harper's war...

#146 CUNA & NAFCU MERGER APPROVED - What's Next with McKechnie & Bacino

CUNA and NAFCU members voted to approve the merger of the two trade associations into one - beginning January 1, 2024.I chat with John McKechnie and Geoff Bacino about...

#144 Lenwood Brooks Reflects on His Time at NCUA

In this Episode I check in with Lenwood Brooks' as he ends his tour with NCUA where he served as Chief of Staff to Rodney Hood.

First Take On NCUAs Draft Budget: Here Come the Consumer Compliance Examiners

NCUA has released its draft budget for 2024.   It calls for the conversion of examiners to specialists, most notably consumer compliance specialists.  How will this im...

#142 Chris Tissue On Dade County Federal Credit Union's Large Community Charter Expansion

Today's guest is Chris Tissue from CU Collaborate. Chris and Mark discuss their work on getting a large community charter expansion for Dade County Federal Credit Unio...

3 Minutes on: Sam Bankman-Fried to Testify re FTX & Check Out Crypto Critics Coverage

I love the podcast called Crypto Critics Corner. Their coverage of the Sam Bankman-Fried Trial is very entertaining.It's like driving by an ambulance ... you go slow...

#141 Should You Join the Central Liquidity Facility (CLF) with Expert Steve Farrar

NCUA Chairman Harper often speaks to the need for Congress to enhance the CLF.That being said if more credit unions joined the impact would be substantial. In this ep...

#140 Fair Hiring In Credit Unions & Deposit Insurance Proposal & More

At the October 19. 2023 NCUA Board Meeting, the Board approved two proposed rules.The board press release follows:

#139 The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act - an NCUA Perspective with Expert Joe Goldberg

Today I chat with Joe Goldberg who was in charge of Consumer Compliance at NCUA and we discuss all things related to HMDA.In 33 years at NCUA I served as Executive Dir...

#138 Defense Credit Union Council CEO Tony Hernandez on their Mission & More

DCUC CEO Tony Hernandez is today's guest.We discuss the Defense Credit Union Council's Mission, efforts to assist active duty, and expansion into the veteran market.We...

#137 What Can Credit Union's Learn from the OCC's 2024 Exam Priorities?

Mark Twain once said history may not repeat itself, but it certainly rhymes.The same can be said for federal regulators.In this episode, I discuss the detailed OCC iss...

#136: Appealing Your Exam to the Region? Listen to this FIRST! With Todd Miller

More and more I am asked "Can I appeal the Exam". The answer is you CAN appeal anything. The question is should you...In 33 years at NCUA I served as Executive Direc...

#135 Does NCUA Listen to WIth Flying Colors?

Of course they do!I have many friends and former colleagues who listen frequently.Last week Chairman Todd Harper opened his industry webinar by referencing an earlier ...

#134 Geoff Bacino on the Change Coming to the NCUA Board: Tanya Otsuka

NCUA Board Members serve six years terms, are nominated by the President of the United States, and confirmed by the United States Senate.In this episode I discuss Pres...

#133 Short Stuff - Rodney Hood to Support Harper Budget Expansion & More

NCUA Board Member Rodney Hood Announces at September Board meeting he will support Chairman Todd Harper on his initiatives coming up, including the 2024 Budget.Hours ...

#132: CAMEL CODE 3 Downgrades Continue: Especially in Complex Credit Unions

Credit Unions over $500 million in assets are getting downgraded to code 3s more and more each quarter.NCUA believes this trend will continue. The code 3s are driven...

#131 - Why You Need Good Policies - With Expert Todd Miller

Their are policies NCUA requires, policies NCUA recommends, and policies they suggest. Every policy has key elements which we discuss on today's episode.In 33 years...

#130 What Jumps Out on NCUA's Quarterly Data Report

Last week the NCUA issued its Quarterly Data Report. What Jumps Out?Delinquency is up - Charge offs are Up, liquidity is tight and Chairman Todd Harper expresses some...

#129 Risk Based Capital - with the Regulations Key Author Steve Farrar

Before he retired from NCUA, Steve Farrar wrote the NCUA regulation on capital. It then sat on the shelf for a few years until it was finalized several years later - ...

#128 Expert Vin Vieten on Policy Statement on Prudent Commercial Real Estate Loan Accommodations and Workouts

I catch up with Commercial Lending Expert Vin Vieten on the FFIEC's Loan Accommodation Guidance issued late last month. The guidance provides guidance to federal bank...

#127 Mike Taliefero On The Intersection Of Indirect Auto Lending & Fair Lending

In the journey towards achieving fair lending in auto loans, we bring together data-driven compliance and a culture of equality. This powerful combination guides the i...

#125 JT Blau Of The Virginia League: Deep Dive On Member Expulsion

In today's discussion, JT Blau from the Virginia Credit Union League brings attention to the recently enacted NCUA Member Expulsion Rule. He uncovers its implications ...

#124 Author Tory Haggerty: Unfair Lending: Why Discrimination In Banking Still Exists

The roots of racial discrimination ran deeper into the financial system. Today, unfair lending still exists in banking. It’s time to uproot this evil in the financial ...

#126 CUNA & NAFCU MERGER WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW with John Mckechnie & Geoff Bacino

Our take on what the merger might mean.From CUNA's webpage:CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle and National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU) President/...

#120 Becky Reed Fintech Leader, Credit Union & CUSO Consultant

Technological evolution will establish the future of finance through utilizing blockchain technology. In this exciting episode, Becky Reed, a renowned FINTECH leader a...

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