|NEW: NCUA Approves Final Version Of Fixed Asset Reg Changes|
|Thursday, 12 September 2013 12:21|
The National Credit Union Administration approved a final version of fixed-asset regulation changes.
The changes include plain language revisions, new definitions and rewordings that impact the current fixed-assets rule, Section 701.36. That rule allows federal credit unions to purchase, hold and dispose of property necessary or incidental to their operations. These fixed assets include office buildings, branch facilities, furniture, computer hardware and software, and ATMs.
The amendments do not make any substantive changes to regulatory requirements. Rather, they are intended to clarify the rule by improving its organization, structure, and "ease of use."
The Credit Union National Association has spoken in support of these proposed fixed-asset rule changes. Read More