Compliance Resource Links

The League of Southeastern Credit Unions (LSCU) is always working with state and federal regulators to reduce the level of regulatory burden on credit unions. LSCU represents the interests of our credit unions and have built strong relationships with the various state regulatory bodies and federal regulators.

On the federal regulatory front LSCU works in conjunction with CUNA to keep credit unions informed about the changes coming down from the NCUA, the CFPB and other federal regulators in Washington that will impact their operations. Below we have provided links to your state-specific regulator as well as federal resources.

 

Alabama

STATE ADVISORY/GUIDANCE LETTERS/FORMS AND APPLICATIONS

Credit union regulators or a state attorney general may give opinions that clarify a legal issue when a credit union submits a question on a topic. Credit unions may seek clarification on a regulatory or legal uncertainty before proceeding with an action. The letters below offer guidance on many issues and could be of interest to credit unions.

Florida

STATE ADVISORY/GUIDANCE LETTERS/FORMS AND APPLICATIONS

Credit union regulators or a state attorney general may give opinions that clarify a legal issue when a credit union submits a question on a topic. Credit unions may seek clarification on a regulatory or legal uncertainty before proceeding with an action. The letters below offer guidance on many issues and could be of interest to credit unions.

Georgia

STATE ADVISORY/GUIDANCE LETTERS/FORMS AND APPLICATIONS

ADVISORY LETTERS

Declaratory Rulings/Orders

AG Opinions of Interest

Guidance

Request for Permission to use "bank", "credit union", or "trust" and/or similar word(s) in a name:

Request Permission to use "bank", "credit union", or "trust" in a name
(pursuant to Section 7-1-243 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated)
 

State Advisory Letters

 
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