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NCUF activates online donations to help Alabama credit unions allows credit union people from across the country to make donations to the credit unions in Alabama. ... More

NCUA offers guidance for Alabama credit unions

The NCUA guidance is for credit unions as they begin assisting members affected by the tornadoes.... More

FEMA disaster aid opened for Alabama residents

Residents in eight counties now have federal funding available for temporary housing, home repairs or loans. ... More

Many Alabama credit unions operating without power

Damage from the Tornado that struck Rainsville. Picture courtesy of the Birmingham News

Credit unions continue to serve their members and also utilize shared branching. ... More

Florida union leaders say they will pull money from banks

A recent Orlando Sentinel article highlights the prospect of union leaders pulling their money from banks.... More

LSCU scholarships available for credit unions

Scholarships are available to attend LSCU conferences and educational events. Credit unions are urged to apply. ... More

NCUA board removes two Corporate Credit Union provisions

Credit unions now have the opportunity be a member of more than one Corporate Credit Union.... More

Sen. Tester reiterates need to delay interchange implementation

Last week on the Senate floor, Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) called for further consideration of an interchange fee cap proposal, saying that Congress needs to stop, study and "make sure [it is] doing the right thing" before moving forward.... More

Florida State GAC concludes with Capitol visits and regulators

Credit unions interacted with their state and federal regulators before heading to the Capitol for visits with lawmakers. ... More

Update: Sen. Bill Nelson to speak at LSCU Annual Convention & Exposition

LSCU has added another high-profile speaker to its 2011 Annual Convention & Exposition line-up. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) is slated to speak to attendees on the Friday of this year’s convention.... More