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RBC plan sparks concern for members

CUNA News Now Headlines 04/14/2014 - Provided as a courtesy and valuable service of the Credit Union National Association

CU director's concern for members re: RBC plan sparks his 1st comment letter

Until the risk-based capital plan was issued, Lou Gill, secretary and director of Chartway FCU, was happy to let his credit union's CEO take the lead on comment letters that addressed regulatory proposals. But this time it's different. Very different. More

CUNA, NAFCU, ICBA letter unites on housing finance reform issues

As part of a coalition of small financial institutions--both credit unions and banks--CUNA has urged improvements to proposed housing finance reform legislation that would address the unique needs of those institutions in the housing market. More

Idaho gov. signs patent troll bill, CUs keeps pressure on

With lobbying support from the Idaho Credit Union League, Idaho Gov. Butch Otter last week signed legislation to protect credit unions from so-called patent trolls. Patent law reforms to address "trolls" is a significant issue for credit unions and is seeing a lot of attention from lawmakers on both the federal and state levels. More

NW mudslide relief efforts top $100K

In all, Northwest credit unions and the Northwest Credit Union Association have raised more than $102,000 to help aid the victims and their families affected by the mudslides that tragically hit a community just north of Seattle last month. More

NCUA reports positive CLF growth trends

The National Credit Union Administration's Central Liquidity Facility performed well during the first quarter of this year, the agency announced Friday. More

La. electronic-doc bill sent to House

The Louisiana House Commerce Committee Tuesday approved a bill that would help relieve the burden of maintaining paper records for state credit unions. More

CUs' fin. ed. efforts earn national kudos

The Institute for Financial Literacy recognized credit unions' commitment to financial education with three of its Excellence in Financial Literacy Education awards. More

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