CULAC announces the launch $30 for the 30th fundraising campaign

CULAC announces the launch of their $30 for the 30th fundraising campaign. $30 for the 30th seeks to take advantage of the real grassroots nature of credit union activists – by asking individual credit union supporters to give at least $30 online to CULAC by June 30. CULAC hopes to raise $30,000 with this effort. […]

2014 Southeastern Credit Union Foundation Annual Report now available

The 2014 Southeastern Credit Union Foundation (SECUF) Annual Report is now available online. View the report today to get a better understanding of the SECUF, the programs it offers, how these programs impact your credit union and communities, and what the SECUF has in store for the future. Plus, take a look at how your […]

League counters banks in Miami Herald

Recently, the Florida Bankers Association went on the offensive by placing opinion columns in three publications including the Miami Herald. The column included the same old argument of how credit unions should be taxed and how “America’s hometown banks” are suffering. LSCU & Affiliates President/CEO Patrick La Pine countered the bankers with an opinion column […]

Agencies issue final standards for assessing diversity policies and practices of regulated entities

On Tuesday, federal agencies issued a final interagency policy statement establishing joint standards for assessing the diversity policies and practices of the entities they regulate. Section 342 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 (Dodd-Frank Act) required the Federal Reserve Board, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Federal Deposit Insurance […]

U.S. Senate not likely to look at taxes this summer

The Morning Consult, a Washington, D.C. multimedia company, is reporting on its website that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell doesn’t believe the Senate will take up tax reform this summer citing that “We’re certainly not going to be able to be doing big, comprehensive tax reform with this president.” He went on to say that, […]