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TITLE 12—Banks and Banking

CHAPTER VII—NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION

SUBCHAPTER A—REGULATIONS AFFECTING CREDIT UNIONS

PART 702—CAPITAL ADEQUACY

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§702.1
Authority, purpose, scope and other supervisory authority.
§702.2
Definitions.

Subpart A—NET WORTH CLASSIFICATION

§702.101
Measures and effective date of net worth classification.
§702.102
Statutory net worth categories.
§702.103
Applicability of risk-based net worth requirement.
§702.104
Risk portfolios defined.
§702.105
Weighted-average life of investments.
§702.106
Standard calculation of risk-based net worth requirement.
§702.107
Alternative components for standard calculation.
§702.108
Risk mitigation credit.
Appendix
Appendixes A-H to Subpart A of Part 702
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Subpart B—MANDATORY AND DISCRETIONARY SUPERVISORY ACTIONS

§702.201
Prompt corrective action for “adequately capitalized” credit unions.
§702.202
Prompt corrective action for “undercapitalized” credit unions.
§702.203
Prompt corrective action for “significantly undercapitalized” credit unions.
§702.204
Prompt corrective action for “critically undercapitalized” credit unions
§702.205
Consultation with State officials on proposed prompt corrective action.
§702.206
Net worth restoration plans.
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Subpart C—ALTERNATIVE PROMPT CORRECTIVE ACTION FOR NEW CREDIT UNIONS

§702.301
Scope and definition.
§702.302
Net worth categories for new credit unions.
§702.303
Prompt corrective action for “adequately capitalized” new credit unions.
§702.304
Prompt corrective action for “moderately capitalized,” “marginally capitalized” or “minimally capitalized” new credit unions.
§702.305
Prompt corrective action for “uncapitalized” new credit unions.
§702.306
Revised business plans for new credit unions.
§702.307
Incentives for new credit unions.
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Subpart D—RESERVES

§702.401
Reserves.
§702.402
Full and fair disclosure of financial condition.
§702.403
Payment of dividends.
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Subpart E—CAPITAL PLANNING AND STRESS TESTING

§702.501
Authority, purpose, and reservation of authority.
§702.502
Definitions.
§702.503
Capital policy.
§702.504
Capital planning.
§702.505
NCUA action on capital plans.
§702.506
Annual supervisory stress testing.


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