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Iowa business owner : Raise MBL cap

The owner of an Iowa City bed and breakfast has written a letter to the Iowa City Press-Citizen, urging Congress to pass the legislation that would increase credit unions' ability to provide more member business lending... More

Judge throws out ATM notice lawsuit vs. PSECU

A federal judge in Harrisburg, Pa., has dismissed a lawsuit that had alleged a credit union violated the Electronic Funds Transfer Act with improper ATM fee notification, saying in his ruling that the credit union showed undisputed evidence that an unknown third party had removed its posted notice illegally.... More

April open NCUA meeting cancelled

April's open board meeting has been cancelled, the National Credit Union Administration said on Thursday.... More

CUs help kick off hospital project for conventions

When the 2012 Democratic National Convention ends, credit unions will leave behind a rejuvenated children's playground on the rooftop of Charlotte, N.C.'s Levine Children's Hospital.... More

CUNA's Cheney makes video, radio, venues for business lending advocacy

On April 4, Credit Union National Association (CUNA) President/CEO Bill Cheney emphasized the benefits to small businesses of increased credit union member business lending (MBL) on two fronts.... More

Shop online, save for retirement with H&FF Radio

Sunday's Home & Family Finance Radio program provides guidance for shopping online, discussing money with your significant other, saving for retirement in tough times, and preparing for natural disasters.... More

Mich. league CEO is SBA National Fin Services Champion

David Adams, president/CEO of the Michigan Credit Union League, has been recognized by the U.S. Small Business Administration as the 2012 National Financial Services Champion for his advocacy and work to increase small business lending at a time when access to capital is a national challenge.... More

Federal and state issues dominate Alabama State GAC

Day one of the State GAC focused on the issues and how credit unions can mobilize more effectively. ... More

Kansas CUs finish 2011 on strong note, says KCUA

Kansas credit unions finished 2011 with high growth rates in loans, assets, shares and members, according to the Kansas Credit Union Association's Quarterly Performance Summary for fourth quarter 2011.... More

Allow CU derivative investments as risk management tool: CUNA to NCUA

State and federal credit unions should be permitted to manage their interest rate risk through investments in derivatives, CUNA said in a comment letter sent to the National Credit Union Administration.... More