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La Pine op-ed featured in Miami Herald

LSCU & Affiliates President/CEO Patrick La Pine's op-ed on the hits and misses for financial institutions as a result of the 2014 Florida Legislative Session is featured in Wednesday's edition of the Miami Herald.... More

LSCU & Affiliates win CUNA, Hermes awards

The LSCU & Affiliates has been awarded a CUNA Blockbuster Award and five Hermes Creative awards.... More

Court keeps NCUA N.Y. RMBS suit alive

The District Court of New York has denied a motion to dismiss a lawsuit involving the National Credit Union Administration and Wachovia Capital Markets, LLC, now known as Wells Fargo Securities, LLC.... More

NCUA second grant round of 2014 - $1.2 million available

This week NCUA announced it will make $1.2 million available to low-income credit unions in the second round of Community Development Revolving Loan Fund grants for 2014.... More

Cooperative Image Campaign to debut May 26

The third wave of the LSCU & Affiliates Cooperative Image Campaign will debut on May 26. The campaign has more credit unions participating and the media buy is twice as long.... More

House Committee approves Mortgage Choice Act

The House Financial Services Committee approves the Mortgage Choice Act which amends the Truth in Lending Act's definition of points and fees.... More

Senators call for quick passage of privacy notification tweaks

Sens. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) and Morgan (R-Kan.) call on colleagues for support and passage of the Privacy Notice Modernization Act.... More

Hampel named CUNA interim CEO

CUNA announced Wednesday that Chief Economist Bill Hampel will be interim CEO as the board continues to search for Bill Cheney's successor.... More

Five elected to LSCU board

The five that were elected include two incumbents and three first time LSCU board members.... More

Alabama and Florida reps signing risk-based capital letter

U.S. Representatives have until Thursday to sign a letter expressing concern for the NCUA's risk-based capital proposal. Of the more than 280 that have signed, 28 are from Alabama and Florida.... More