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Free MEMBERS Trust Company webinar to cover new CIF option

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MEMBERS Trust Company has announced the opportunity for credit unions to attend a free webinar to hear about the new Charitable Lead Trust Community Investment Fund option.... More

Sun-Sentinel: Florida credit unions boom in 2011

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With the New Year upon us, the Sun-Sentinel is reporting that there was a huge surge in membership for Florida credit unions in 2011. ... More

ATM fee disclosure lawsuits on the rise

Credit unions are urged to properly display ATM fees associated with out of network users. ... More

League offices closed Monday and Tuesday

The League offices will be closed on Dec. 26-27. They will reopen on Dec. 28. ... More

Credit unions enjoy prime time exposure on ESPN networks

The Legacy Credit Union Holiday Classic and the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl play at the same time.. ... More

FCUSS CEO Nancy Dalton passes away

Dalton was CEO of Florida Credit Union Shared Services for seven years. ... More

NCUA releases Call Report Quarterly Data

The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) has made the most recent Call Report Quarterly Data, showing credit unions had considerable growth in the third and fourth quarters. ... More

Biz lending up, CUs outshine big, small banks

In addition to the membership gains they made related to Bank Transfer Day, credit unions also continued to make strides in small-business lending marketplace during November.... More

NEW: 2012 Florida Legislative Session preview audio podcast with Jared Ross

The League recently talked with LSCU Director, Legislative Affairs Jared Ross about the upcoming 2012 Legislative Session, what to expect from the League, and what issues to look out for.... More

Southeastern credit unions see more growth in third quarter

Credit unions see an influx of members and assets following Image Campaign and backlash from bank fees. ... More