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Forget May flowers: April brings financial smarts

CUNA News Now Headlines 03/21/2014 - Provided as a courtesy and valuable service of the Credit Union National Association

10 days to Fin. Lit. month: NCUA to host webinar

In April, people's thoughts turn to...becoming increasingly competent in handling their financial matters. Or at least they ought to. More

Judges to hear request to move Target lawsuits to Minn.

The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation will hold a hearing session next week during which plaintiffs will make the case to move Target class action lawsuits to Minnesota. More

Iowa report captures league advocacy success

The Iowa Credit Union League released its annual Year in Review report this week, highlighting the broad body of work the league accomplished over 2013. More

Matz: AMC proposal shows 'regulatory blind spot'

National Credit Union Administration Chairman Debbie Matz Thursday used the agency's proposal of a joint-agency plan to impose minimum requirements for appraisal management companies as an occasion to draw attention to what she called an NCUA "regulatory blind spot." More

Spots may go quickly for NCUA new 'listening sessions'

Available spots may go quickly for the National Credit Union Administration's new series of "Listening Sessions." The agency announced Thursday that online registration is open. More

NCUA stabilization fund report confirms no 2014 CU assessment

At a brief open board meeting Thursday, National Credit Union Administration Chief Financial Officer Mary Ann Woodson reported on the financial condition of the Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund as of Dec. 31, 2013. As announced by the NCUA board last November, there is no planned stabilization fund assessment for credit unions for 2014. More

Ohio public funds bill about choice, not taxes, says league

Recent work by the Ohio Credit Union League to pass legislation that would allow credit unions to serve as public depositories and access loan programs through the Ohio Treasurer's office is being met with opposition from the state's bankers league, in addition to community bankers in the state. More

Key CU bills get favorable reports in Mass.

The Massachusetts Credit Union League saw a flurry of activity in the Legislature this week, as several credit union-related bills were reported out with favorable recommendations by the state's Joint Committee on Financial Services. More

NCUF seeks nominations for 4 new board seats

After adding four seats to its board of directors, the National Credit Union Foundation is now seeking nominations to fill the new positions. More

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