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N.Y. Times, 117 media outlets spotlight CUs, no fees

The groundswell of attention to credit unions as the no-fee choice for debit cards continues, with Associated Press spotlighting their efforts.... More

NCUA to review controversial mortgage tracking policy

NCUA will review the way it asks credit unions to track modified mortgages after some credit unions complained the current policy almost makes foreclosing the troubled loans the more practical option.... More

Action Alert issued on member business lending

The League and CUNA would like credit unions to contact their member of Congress and ask that they support legislation to increase member business lending. ... More

National Credit Union Foundation seeks nominations for three board seats

The National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) is currently seeking nominations for three board seats. The nominations are for an open credit union executive or director seat, a system affiliate seat, and the at-large seat.... More

Credit unions receiving press coverage after banks announce new fees

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Credit unions in Alabama and Florida are seeing more press coverage following the announcement that many banks will institute a $5 fee on the use of debit cards. Good Morning America and the Fox Business Channel also had segments driving consumers to credit unions.... More

NEW: Bank On Initiative Audio Podcast with St. Petersburg City Councilman Karl Nurse

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Check out the latest League of Southeastern Credit Unions Audio Podcast with St. Petersburg City Councilman Karl Nurse as he discusses the success and importance of the Bank On St. Pete Initiative, and what it means for credit unions. ... More

Woodward and Bernstein, Condoleezza Rice headline 2012 CUNA GAC

The 2012 CUNA GAC is beginning to take shape. Condoleezza Rice, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein are the first confirmed speakers. ... More

Fee gap between banks, CUs could widen according to USA Today

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The gap between the historically low rates credit unions offer their members and the higher rates big banks charge their customers could become even wider as a result of the new debit interchange fee cap regulations, according to a Sept. 28 USA Today article.... More

CUNA seeks comment on agency corporate changes

CUNA is accepting credit union comment on recently proposed NCUA technical amendments, and clarifying changes to its corporate credit union rule, Part 704.... More

Southeastern CUs add $2.2B in assets, increase MBLs

Credit unions in Alabama and Florida are beginning to see a trend: More consumers are joining a credit union, applying for loans and paying off their debt.... More