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Credit unions get educated on day two of the CUNA GAC

A corporate stabilization panel, along with education breakout sessions informed credit unions of the hot topics ahead of Hill visits. ... More

Credit unions come together as CUNA GAC begins

The first day of the CUNA GAC included speakers like Sully Sullenberger who piloted his plane into the Hudson River. ... More

Chairman Capito announces hearing to explore impact of Dodd-Frank Act on jobs, economy

Chairman Shelley Capito announced Monday her House Subcommittee will convene a hearing to examine the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act on small financial institutions and small businesses.... More

CUNA GAC kicks off with LSCU Hospitality event

Credit unions had the opportunity to network in Washington D.C. before the GAC gets underway. ... More

CUNA's Cheney, GFCU's Buckley to testify before House Financial Services subcommittee

Cheney and Buckley will discuss the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act on small financial institutions and small businesses.... More

Video chat: CUNA's Cheney talks credit union concerns and his vision for CUNA

CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney talks to the LSCU about the concerns he's hearing as he talks to credit unions. ... More

CUNA: Two-year delay needed for interchange study

Due the the number and nature of unresolved issues with the Fed's proposed Interchange regulations, CUNA suggests more time is need to evaluate regulations. ... More

House Financial Services Committee release March hearing schedule

Dodd-Frank Act among topics in House Financial Services Committee March 2011 hearing schedule.... More

LSCU submits comment on Federal Reserve Interchange proposal

The LSCU submitted a comment letter to the Fed asking for a delay in implementation of the Interchange proposal. ... More

House subcommittee questions whether interchange rule needs more time

Allied CU President/CEO Frank Michael testifies during the interchange hearing

Allied CU President/CEO Frank Michael tells the committee that credit unions will lose $1.1 billion in interchange fees with no way to make up that income. ... More

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