SECONDARY CAPITAL

Low-income designated credit unions (LICUs) are authorized to accept uninsured secondary capital from non-natural person members and non-natural person non-members, including corporations and other organizations.  This uninsured secondary capital is intended (i) to provide an alternative — beyond setting aside a portion of earnings — for these credit unions to build capital to support more lending and financial services in their communities and (ii) to absorb potential losses, thereby reducing the potential for a credit union to fail.

 

At Olden Lane, we are committed to assisting credit unions better access secondary capital if and when it makes sense for their broader strategy. And, we work with credit unions in all phases of the secondary capital process – from plan writing to fund raising.

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