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Credit union bill passes committee

The Credit Union Share Insurance Fund Parity bill that was introduced Wednesday to allow the share insurance to cover trust accounts in the name of nonmembers passed a committee vote. ... More

School Branch Webinar today

Learn the basics for starting an in-school branch program. Attend the School Branch webinar today, Nov. 14 beginning at 3:00 p.m. EST.... More

Trunzo to lead CUNA Mutual Group

Following CUNA Mutual Group CEO Jeff Posts retirement at the end of the year, Robert Trunzo will succeed him as CEO.... More

Body language dominates last day at LDC

The LDC wrapped up Friday morning with a look at shared branching and how to ready body language.... More

LDC kicks into high gear on day two

The Leadership Development Conference focused the second day on advocacy, education, and compliance. The day included remarks from the Alabama lieutenant governor.... More

LSCU & Affiliates offices close for Veterans Day

Both Birmingham and Tallahassee League offices will be closed Monday, Nov. 11 in observance of Veterans Day.... More

LDC kicks off with golf, roundtables and exhibit hall

The Leadership Development Conference kicked off with golf, director's institutes, asset sized roundtables and the exhibit hall.... More

Final results from Tuesday's AL-01 special runoff election

After a tight race Sen. Bradley Byrne walked away with the GOP nomination at last night's AL-01 special runoff election. He will now face Democrat Burton LeFlore in the Dec. 17 general election. ... More

Madeleine Albright announced as 2014 GAC guest

Madeleine Albright is the first speaker booked for CUNA's 2014 GAC. Dr. Albright will present the the keynote address at this year's event.... More

Crist to announce run for Florida governor Monday

Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist is expected to announce he is entering the 2014 race for governor later today. This will be the Crist second bid for the office, and first bid as a Democrat.... More