Events

Upcoming Events

Strategic Purchasing Informational Webinar

2/9/2016 10:00am

Handling Debit Card Chargebacks

2/9/2016 2:00pm

Tampa (FL) Chapter

2/9/2016 5:30pm

Broward (FL) Chapter

2/9/2016 6:00pm

Northeast (FL) YPG

2/9/2016 6:15pm

News

Alabama legislative session ends first week

It was not that long ago that the Alabama Legislature was in Montgomery for the last of two special sessions in order to craft a workable budget and keep the state open for business. They begin this week for an expected four-month regular session. Very little business occurs during the first week of the session, […]

Speaker of the House, regulators highlight second day at Florida State GAC

By the time attendees headed home from the Florida Credit Union Association State Governmental Affairs Conference, they had met with their lawmakers, heard a keynote address from the Speaker of the House, met with their state and federal regulators, and received an inside look at the upcoming elections. It was a full day and a […]

Capitol visits dominated day one of the Florida State GAC

At the heart of the Florida Credit Union Association State Governmental Affairs Conference is visiting with lawmakers and building relationships. Credit unions spent four hours at the Capitol on Tuesday making nearly 30 visits. In the evening, attendees spent another two hours mingling with lawmakers, mainly Senators as the House was still in session. These […]

Florida State GAC begins today

The Florida State Governmental Affairs Conference began this morning in Tallahassee. The first day kicks off with two opportunities to meet with lawmakers, PAC fundraising awards, and a legislative priorities discussion. The 2015 State Lawmaker of the Year award is also being presented to Senate President Designate Joe Negron during the Lawmaker Reception. Attendees will […]

Jolly, Murphy sign on to FASB Congressional letter

Reps. David Jolly (R-FL) and Patrick Murphy (D-FL) are among 62 members of Congress who signed a letter in support of Financial Accounting Standards Board’s (FASB) proposal related to impairment of financial assets. CUNA and state leagues, including the LSCU & Affiliates, urged members of Congress to weigh in on FASB before the proposal was […]

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