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Heartbleed: Do your due diligence and make sure you are secure

The League has been conducting its due diligence to ensure the security of its website and services against the Heartbleed OpenSSL Vulnerability announced this week. Is your credit union doing the same?... More

La Pine's op-ed featured in The Gainesville Sun, Miami Herald, Palm Beach Post and Tallahassee Democrat

League President/CEO Patrick La Pine's op-ed on the importance of teaching youth financial literacy has been featured in four Florida newspapers in the past week. ... More

SB 212 passes the Senate Subcommittee on Education Appropriations

SB 212, which would require high school students to take a course in financial literacy in order to graduate, passes the Senate Subcommittee on Education Appropriations.... More

Governor signs AL Credit Union Act Update into law

Alabama governor signs HB 165, the update to the Alabama Credit Union Act, into law.... More

New CUNA survey seeks CUs' mortgage rule assessments

Take CUNA's new survey and let them know how the CFPB's Ability-to-Repay/Qualified Mortgage lending rules are impacting your credit union.... More

League to hold meetings on Risk Based Capital

The League is holding a series of Risk Based Capital meetings this month across Alabama and Florida. The meetings will help educate credit unions on the NCUA's proposed rule before the May 28 comment deadline.... More

If you haven't, you should...submit an entry for LSCU Awards - deadline extended to April 11

It's true! We've extended the deadline for the LSCU Award entry submissions to April 11.... More

Regulators, senators highlight second day of State GAC

The final day of the Florida Credit Union Association State GAC gave attendees an inside look at the leadership of the state, as well as time with state and federal regulators.... More

Update from the FCUA State GAC - day one

The first day of the Florida Credit Union Association State GAC featured lawmaker visits. Forty seven attendees made 27 visits on Tuesday.... More