Over the past twenty years, Congress relaxed or eliminated many of the regulations imposed upon depository institutions. These actions...
Dec 19 2007
Alternative Capital for U.S. Credit Unions? A Review and Extension of Evidence Regarding Public Policy
In “Alternative Capital for U.S. Credit Unions? A Review and Extension of Evidence Regarding Public Policy Reform” by Robert F. Hoel, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Business, Colorado State University, and Filene Fellow in Residence examines:
- Is it in the public interest to permit U.S credit unions greater access to alternative capital sources?
- Can credit unions use alternative capital to expand their capital bases in a way that will not dilute their cooperative ownership, values, and governance structure?
- If so, what alternative capital mechanisms would be most appropriate and feasible?
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Report Number 145