Subordinated Debt Program

Subordinated debt can help credit unions meet or exceed their strategic goals. Whether net worth is a limiting factor, or additional capital is needed to support growth and expansion, issuing sub debt can help some credit unions reach new heights. With the NCUA’s Subordinated Debt rule, access to subordinated debt is extended to Complex Credit Unions and New Credit Unions in addition to those with low income designations.

With the introduction of the new regulation, combined with the inflow of deposits with COVID stimulus funds, there is heightened interest from credit unions for subordinated debt. Credit unions will need to decide which side of the transaction they want to be on, whether they become an issuer or an investor.

Explore the Sub Debt Program

  • To Issue or to Invest, That Is the Question

  • What Subordinated Debt Solutions Do You Need?

  • Our Sub Debt Timeline

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