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RBC 2 reality check

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Henry MeierThe son of a good friend of mine just got braces. He’s been complaining about it for the last week, which is understandable since the contraption will inhabit his mouth for the next 18 months. But a couple of days ago my friend told him the pity party is over, it is time to move on.NCUA’s second risk-based capital proposal (RBC 2) has been out a little more than a week now and it is time for the industry to have a reality check. Over the past week, I’ve heard questions raised about the legality of the proposal, criticisms of the amount of money it’s going to cost credit unions to comply, and questions raised about why we even need RBC reform in the first place. It’s time for the industry to get serious though. There will be risk-based capital reform and rather than get mired down in the weeds of legal analysis or generic gripes about the cost of implementing this proposal, the industry’s time could be better spent coming up with constructive improvements to NCUA’s regulation which will, whether you like it or not, provide a framework for a more sophisticated RBC framework.First, there is the legal argument. We have both a current and former member of the NCUA Board questioning the legality of NCUA’s decision to impose requirements for credit unions with $100 million or more in assets to be well-capitalized as opposed to just establishing requirements for complex credit unions to be adequately capitalized. As readers of this blog will know, I love to delve into questions about regulatory authority. But before anyone in the industry rushes out to start a lawsuit, let’s keep in mind that long before NCUA came out with its original RBC recommendation, the industry had been begging NCUA to establish an RBC framework. Rather than roll the dice on a lawsuit that credit unions could very well lose, the industry should be continuing to develop a truly workable and beneficial RBC framework. continue reading »last_img read more


Former Nigerian Athlete, Kemi Adekoya, Suspended for Dope

first_imgFormer world indoor champion, Nigerian-born Kemi Adekoya has been provisionally suspended after the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) confirmed that she failed drugs test.Twenty-five-year-old Adekoya was born in Nigeria but switched to Bahrain at the start of 2014. She tested positive for banned steroid stanozolol and has been notified of the allegation.Her case has a date of November 26 when listed on the AIU website. In 2016 she won 400 metres gold at the World Indoor Championships in Portland in the United States.Her record also includes four gold medals at the Asian Games, including the 400m hurdles title at last year’s edition in Jakarta and Palambang.She also helped Bahrain to the mixed 4x400m relay title in Indonesia, four years after winning the 400m and 400m hurdles double at Incheon 2014.Adekoya has set various national records for Bahrain since switching to the Gulf state.The International Association of Athletics Federations founded the AIU last year.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more


Darvish pitches Cubs past Royals 6-1 for 6th straight win

first_img Written By WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 6th August, 2020 09:53 IST COMMENT LIVE TVcenter_img Yu Darvish pitched seven sharp innings and the Chicago Cubs beat the skidding Kansas City Royals 6-1 on Wednesday night for their sixth straight victory.Javier Báez drove in two runs for the Cubs (10-2), who handed Kansas City its sixth consecutive defeat. Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo each had two hits and scored twice.Darvish (2-1) was in midseason form for the second straight outing. He gave up five hits, struck out four and walked one.With the score 2-1, the Royals’ best chance to tie the game came in the sixth when Whit Merrifield was on third with one out. Darvish struck out Ryan O’Hearn and retired Salvador Perez on a grounder, ending the threat.The Cubs capitalized on one bad stretch for Royals starter Kris Bubic, who set down his first nine batters, including four strikeouts, before Bryant singled in the fourth.Rizzo followed with a walk, and then a bloop hit by Báez tied it 1-all. Willson Contreras grounded into a double play, but Rizzo scored to give the Cubs a 2-1 lead.Kansas City (3-10) started the scoring in the third when a double off the left-field wall by Maikel Franco was followed by Nicky Lopez’s single, but a potential big inning was thwarted when Merrifield grounded into a double play.The Cubs took advantage of two fielding mistakes in the eighth and ninth, tacking on four runs to make it 6-1.Bubic (0-2), making his second career start, went six innings and gave up two runs. He struck out six.TRAINER’S ROOMRoyals: Before the game, OF Bubba Starling and RHP Glenn Sparkman were placed on the injured list. Starling was batting .211 with three RBIs. Sparkman had a 5.40 ERA and allowed nine hits in four appearances. Kansas City recalled catcher Meibrys Viloria and RHP Scott Blewett.UP NEXTRoyals RHP Brad Keller makes his season debut Thursday night after returning from the IL due to COVID-19. RHP Tyler Chatwood (2-0, 0.74 ERA) will start for the Cubs. “I feel pretty good,” Keller said Saturday. “Whenever they tell me, I’ll be ready.”Image credits: AP FOLLOW US Associated Press Television News Last Updated: 6th August, 2020 09:53 IST Darvish Pitches Cubs Past Royals 6-1 For 6th Straight Win Yu Darvish pitched seven sharp innings and the Chicago Cubs beat the skidding Kansas City Royals 6-1 on Wednesday night for their sixth straight victorylast_img read more