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Florida Times-Union letter to the editor touts member business lending

A letter to the editor by Community First CU of Florida points out how credit unions can infuse $10 billion into the marketplace. ... More

Senate Banking Committee passes reg reforms; sends to full Senate

Late Monday evening, the Senate Banking Committee passed its regulatory reforms. It now heads to the full Senate. ... More

Check fraud alert for southeastern credit unions

Credit unions in the southeast part of the United States should be on the watch for a possible check fraud scheme. ... More

MBL legislation adds another Florida Congressman

Federal MBL legislation continues to gain co-sponsors. Another member of the Florida delegation signed on bringing the total number to 7 from the state. ... More

CDCI looking for more CUs for capital program

The National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions is looking for more Alabama and Florida credit unions to take part in a Treasury capital program. ... More

Schumer pushing MBL in Senate

Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) told Bloomberg News that he wants to spur economic growth and hiring by raising the member business lending cap for credit unions. ... More

Low-income credit unions encouraged to apply for CDCI capital

The deadline to apply for the Community Development Capital Initiative (CDCI) is three weeks away. ... More

Credit unions urged to continue MBL letters

Members of the House and Senate are adding their names to MBL legislation every week. Credit unions should continue to send letters in support to their lawmakers.... More

Wall Street Journal looks at lending; credit unions offer better rates

The Wall Street Journal recently looked at every credit union and bank to analyze their lending. The results showed strong credit union lending in credit cards and auto loans. ... More

Florida legislature looking at budget and foreclosures

The House Civil Justice and Courts Policy Committee will consider a key piece of foreclosure legislation. ... More