Created by the U.S. Congress in 1970, the National Credit Union Administration is an independent federal agency that insures deposits at federally insured credit unions, protects the members who own credit unions, and charters and regulates federal credit unions.
Mission & Values
The NCUA is committed to its mission of protecting credit unions and the members who own them through effective regulation.
Learn more about the NCUA’s leadership, and how the agency’s programs and activities promote confidence in the national system of cooperative credit.
The NCUA Board
The NCUA’s three-member Board oversees the agency’s operations by setting policy, approving budgets and adopting rules.
Speaker Request Form
Interested stakeholders can request an NCUA representative to speak at their conferences and events through our online speaker request form.
Learn more about the history of credit unions, the NCUA and the agency’s role in protecting the safety and soundness of the credit union system.
Diversity & Inclusion
Learn more about the NCUA’s efforts to build an inclusive work environment where all employees can contribute to their fullest potential.
Careers at the NCUA
The NCUA is looking for talented and dedicated professionals to fulfill its mission of ensuring a safe and sound credit union system.
Doing Business with the NCUA
Learn more about doing business with the NCUA, including points of contact, the agency’s commitment.
The NCUA is committed to being transparent about its budget, operations and policies. This openness is essential to fulfilling the agency’s statutory mission and maintaining public trust.