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Interchange fees amendment passes

Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) passes legislation that requires interchange fees to be regulated by the government. ... More

International Credit Union Day theme selected

Local. Trusted. Serving You. has been chosen as the 2010 theme for International Credit Union Day. ... More

Tampa to host 2012 Republican National Convention

A Republican National Committee recommended Tampa as the host city for the next RNC. ... More

$12 million in VITA grants available from IRS

The IRS is offering credit unions and other qualified non-profit organizations the grant money for services for the under served. ... More

Final push for Action Alerts on regulatory restructuring

The Senate may begin voting on amendments to S. 3217 and credit unions are being asked to let their Senators know how the amendments will effect they way they do business. ... More

Filene Research Institute calls for 17 new i3 innovators

The Filene Research Institute is looking for young executives who want to help credit unions succeed. ... More

Call for YOUR action on interchange issue

There are currently two amendments which change the card payment system and have drastic implications for credit unions and credit union members across the country. We need your help.... More

Reg reform: new developments significant to credit unions

The Senate continued debate yesterday on S. 3217, the financial regulatory restructuring legislation, and there were a few developments significant to credit unions.... More

Bill Cheney named next CEO of CUNA

William “Bill” Cheney will be the successor to Dan Mica as president and CEO of the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), the group’s chairman said today. Cheney, 49, is currently president and CEO of the California/Nevada Credit Union Leagues.... More

Reg reform debate to continue this week

The U.S. Senate is expected to begin looking at amendments to the Restoring American Financial Stability Act. ... More