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New RBC2 resources from CUNA include risk-based calculator

CUNA's Risk-Based Capital Action Center now includes a list of credit unions with RBC ratio estimates and a calculator tool. Be sure to check out these new resources today!... More

LEVERAGE launches Equity Protection Program

LEVERAGE launches the Equity Protection Program (EPP) in Alabama, Florida, and other regional markets, offering a safe way for credit unions to promote loan growth without increasing risk.... More

CFPB issues changes to mortgage rules to benefit credit unions

The CFPB has listened to credit unions and banks by releasing a proposal to change its mortgage rules for lending in rural and underserved areas.... More

Florida Special Election results

Florida held a Special Election yesterday for Senate District 6, House District 17, and House District 24. Find out who will advance to the Special General Election on April 7.... More

April 27 is RBC2 comment deadline

The comment deadline is April 27 for the revised risk-based capital plan proposed by NCUA on Jan. 15.... More

NCUA to open grant round Feb. 2

Low-income credit unions are encouraged to apply for an NCUA grant for internships and training. Registration opens Feb. 2.... More

CUNA's RBC slides available

CUNA held an RBC webinar on Monday. The slides from that presentation are available for credit unions to download.... More

House subcommittee to examine 'sound data breach legislation'

The House subcommittee on commerce, manufacturing, and trade will examine what potential data breach legislation should look like in a hearing scheduled for Tuesday.... More

U.S./Cuba policies and credit unions

As restrictions begin easing between the United States and Cuba, what does it mean for credit unions? The League has found some areas for credit unions to watch.... More

Supreme court rejects debit card suit

The U.S. Supreme Court declines taking up a challenge by retailers to the Federal Reserve's controversial rules for debit card "swipe fees."... More