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LSCU Image Campaign raises more than $1.3 million, debuts Sept. 7

The LSCU Image Campaign, which debuts Sept. 7, will be the largest voluntary image campaign for a group of credit unions in the country. ... More

Send in your National Credit Union Youth Week 2012 theme ideas by Aug. 19

National Credit Union Youth Week is Credit Union National Association's (CUNA) official designation of an annual, national celebration for credit unions that support youth financial literacy all year long.... More

Mastercard lays out two-tiered plan in conference call


Mastercard informed credit unions it will implement a two-tiered system for institutions under $10 billion. ... More

Hike the Hill coming up Sept. 19-21

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The LSCU's annual Hike the Hill to Washington, D.C. is coming up Sept. 19-21, and the hotel room block cut-off date has been extended to Aug. 23.... More

NEW: SECUF Podcast with Amber Tynan


New in the Communications Audio Podcast section is a podcast interview with Southeastern Credit Union Foundation (SECUF) Executive Director, Amber R. Tynan.... More

Registration open for Mastercard Aug. 17 audio conference on two-tiered system


CUNA and LSCU member credit unions can now register for an audio conference to hear Mastercard's plan for a two-tiered system for interchange. ... More

Pelosi names final trio to debt reduction super committee

On Thursday (Aug. 11), House Minority Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) named the final members of the Congressional Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction.... More

Credit unions aim to raise lending cap, say banks aren't doing enough

Credit unions have long sought permission from Congress to issue more business loans. Now, they hope the disappointing performance of the Treasury Department's small-business lending program will bolster their case.... More

NCUA suing Goldman Sachs to recover corporate CU losses

The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) filed suit Tuesday (Aug. 9) against investment bank Goldman Sachs seeking damages of more than $491 million and alleging misrepresentations by the firm when selling mortgage-backed securities to U.S Central and Western Corporate federal credit unions.... More

How stock market woes may impact CUs

Thursday's (August 4) 513-point plunge in the stock market--the worst decline in nearly two years--could affect credit unions and their members.... More