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Secure First CU in Alabama damaged in early morning tornado

Secure First CU, in the background, received extensive damage from Jan. 23 tornado. Photo courtesy-WBRC.

Central Alabama was hit with tornadoes early Monday morning. One credit union suffered extensive damage. ... More

Listerhill CU testifies in CFPB field hearing; Cordray meets with credit unions

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau held a field hearing in Birmingham and later met with credit unions. ... More

Southeast Corporate and Corporate One sign merger agreement

Southeast Corporate is still looking for credit unions to return their non-binding letters of commitment. ... More

NCUA's Matz to host free webinar with CFPB Director Cordray

National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Board Chairman Debbie Matz will host a free webinar with Richard Cordray, the first President-appointed director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), on Wednesday, Feb. 8, at 3 p.m. EST.... More

"Yes, You can dump your bank" writes Yahoo

Yahoo Finance posted an article recently spelling out how to dump your bank including finding a credit union. ... More

LSCU/LEVERAGE offices closed Monday in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr Day

The League and LEVERAGE will observe the holiday on Monday and return to work on Tuesday Jan. 17. ... More

CFPB to convene field hearing on payday lending in Birmingham


On January 19, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will convene the agency’s first field hearing in Birmingham, Ala. to discuss payday lending products.... More

ACIPCO FCU members receive rebate for 19th year

The amount ACIPCO FCU, based in Birmingham, will rebate to members is $1.4 million. ... More

HB 669 loses close vote

In a narrow 7-8 vote, a bill to allow credit unions to accept municipal deposits did not get out of committee. ... More

Public Deposits bill to be heard Wednesday; Action Alert initiated

HB 669 will be the second item heard Wednesday by the House Insurance and Banking subcommittee. ... More