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NCUA outlines CSA, CBSA application requirements

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Amendments to the NCUA’s chartering and field-of-membership rules go into effect Oct. 14, NCUA Chairman Rodney Hood wrote in a letter to federal credit unions (20-FCU-03). These changes will allow a credit union applying for NCUA approval of a community charter, expansion, or conversion to designate a Combined Statistical Area (CSA) or an individual, contiguous portion of a CSA as a well-defined local community (WDLC) if the area has a population of 2.5 million or less.Beginning Oct. 14, 2020, prospective and existing federal credit unions seeking a community charter may use a CSA or portions of a CSA (within certain limitations, as defined in the rule) as a basis for defining their proposed service area without documenting how a CSA’s residents interact or share common interests.The rule also clarifies that an applicant credit union must provide the NCUA with the business rationale used to define a CSA or Core-Based Statistical Area (CBSA) if the defined area does not include an area’s largest county or named city. continue reading »last_img read more

Black Satellites leave for Italy tour ahead of FIFA U20 World Cup

first_imgGhana’s U20 left Accra on Wednesday night for Italy to prepare for the FIFA World Youth Championship.The Black Satellites will be based at the Novara Training Centre-where they camped before the 2013 African Youth Championship.A 26-man squad including two foreign based stars Frank Acheampong and Daniel Pappoe made the trip.This will be their second visit to the plush training complex after spending ten days in the Northern Italy province before the African U20 Championship which was played in March.Ghana are scheduled to play Kosovo, Brazil and Egypt on their European tour before their opener against France on 21 June.The Satellites will also face Spain and USA in Group A. Ghana won the 2009 FIFA U20 World Cup in Egypt under current coach Sellas Tetteh.last_img read more

Basic in the Semifinals of the ATP Challenger in France

first_imgBH tennis player Mirza Basic (162 ATP) played against Argentinian March Trungelliti (130 ATP ) in the quarterfinals of the Challenger in St. Remy (France), and won with the score 2: 1 in sets.The first set was not very promising, since Trungelliti was leading 6: 1 in games, however, Basic returned in the second set and won with the score 6: 3.Our tennis player was also better than his opponent in the deciding third set, and the result was 6: 4.In the semifinals of the Challenger in St. Remy, he will play against winner of the match Daniil Medvedev (156 ATP) – Alexandre Mullar (437 ATP).Challenger St. Remy, quarter-finals:Mirza Basic – Marco Trungelliti 2:1 (1:6, 6:3, 6:4)(Source: D. B./Klix.ba)last_img read more