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LSCU webinar on CUNA GAC coming up in February

The LSCU will hold a webinar for CUNA GAC attendees Feb. 24. ... More

LSCU sends two names to Gov. Bentley for ACUA administrator

Alabama Gov. Bentley asked the League to submit some names that would be good fits for the job. ... More

The LSCU has resources to help credit unions comply with financial literacy

Credit unions have two LSCU webinar opportunities in the first quarter. ... More

CUNA GAC offers chance to speak directly with lawmakers

The LSCU contingent will visit all of the lawmakers from Alabama and Florida. ... More

LSCU Governmental Affairs staff reorganized

The LSCU Governmental Affairs staff adds two legislative directors while refocusing on regulatory and compliance training. ... More

Registration now open for NCUA virtual Town Hall meeting Feb. 17

The NCUA will update the corporate system reforms, as well as promote financial literacy for volunteers. ... More

Fed Proposal Revises Debit Interchange Regulations; Comment letters requested

The Fed is looking for comment letters on its proposed interchange fee language. ... More

CUNA's Bill Cheney visits Florida credit unions

CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney addressing credit unions at Florida Commerce CU

CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney made his way through Florida Thursday and Friday with Town Hall meetings in Pensacola, Tallahassee and South Florida.... More

CUNA to FDIC: Increased MBLs can address bank credit gap

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) is conducting a forum today to explore ways in which credit can be made more accessible to the small business sector. The session will bring together policymakers, regulators, small business owners, lenders and other stakeholders to identify key issues and focus on solutions, according to an agency announcement.... More

Supreme Court's bankruptcy ruling a 'positive for CUs'

Tuesday's 8-to1 ruling by the Supreme Court of the U.S. in favor of a creditor who contested a bankruptcy filer's disposable income deduction is a "positive for credit unions" or any creditor of unsecured debt in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, according to Michael Edwards, Credit Union National Association (CUNA) counsel for special projects.... More