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Below are links to the news items that we recently posted on our home page. 

April 2016 Items

  • Reaction to NCUA OTR and Operating Fee Proposal: Letters -- one from CUNA and one from NASCUS -- ask NCUA to treat state and federally chartered credit unions the same. More►
  • CUNA Advocacy Update : Take 6 minutes to find out what's going on in Washington that affects credit unions. More►
  • A Direct Line: Make cybersecurity a boardroom issue at your credit union. More►
  • Money Smart Week: It's Money Smart Week. Get resources online and follow the initiative's Facebook page.
  • EMV Cards: How have chip cards affected fraud so far? More►
  • Payday Lending: CUNA says the CFPB study on payday lending reinforces its concerns about the industry and the people it targets. More► 
  • Final Thoughts from Matz: News Now interviewed NCUA Chair Debbie Matz about her time at NCUA and the credit union system going forward. More►
  • A Direct Line: Find out more about two helpful guides on board and committee responsibilities. More►
  • Shift in Cause of Data Security Incidents: In 2015, malware and other targeted attacks caused the most incidents. In 2014 it was human error. More► 
  • Why Don't Americans Save More?: The Atlantic takes an in-depth look. More►
  • A Direct Line: Find out more about two helpful guides on board and committee responsibilities. More►
  • NCUA Gets Another Settlement: NCUA announced that UBS wil pay the agency $69.8 million in damages and interest. More► 
  • Credit Unions Key for Small Businesses Credit: A letter from CUNA says credit unions can play a major role in giving small businesses access to credit with increased lending capability, and testimony on the Hill agrees.
  • Focus on Education: Lois Kitsch's fourth installment on development issues highlights the importance of education -- especially financial education. More►
  • Credit Unions Benefit Consumers: CUNA reaches out to House committee to tout the numerous consumer benefits of the credit union tax status. More► 
  • Credit Unions Help Members : CUToday.info compiled a whitepaper with stories from credit unions that participated in their "CUToday For a Better Tomorrow" project.
  • A Direct Line: President/CEO Tracie Kenyon blogs about the membership changes brewing in the Credit Union System. More►
  • April Economic Update : Listen to a CUNA senior economist discusses the labor market and wage growth (including the $15 minimum wage). More► 
  • The CFPB is in Court : CU Journal reports on the federal court case challenging the agency's constitutionality. More► 
  • A Direct Line : President/CEO Tracie Kenyon blogs about the membership changes brewing in the Credit Union System. More►
  • April's Economic Forecast: CUNA economists say credit unions should expect a "more moderate" outlook. More► 
  • 5 Top Cybersecurity Threats: Find out what industry experts tap as the "hottest" and most dangerous trends in fraud today. More► 
  • A Direct Line : Your credit union's next leader might need different skills than your current CEO. More►
  • User Experience Paramount: If you want to keep your members happy and engaged, make sure you offer mobile banking. More► 
  • Reg Relief for Credi Unions: The credit union trade associations offer suggestions to the CFPB. More► 
  • A Direct Line : Your credit union's next leader might need different skills than your current CEO. More►
  • The Power of Co-ops: Co-ops offer a way for rural communities to save themselves. More►
  • McWatters Discusses NCUA Business: The NCUA member offers a look at a laundry list of issues at NACUSO's annual conference. More► 
  • A Direct Line : Your credit union's next leader might need different skills than your current CEO. More►
  • Financial Fitness : Financial literacy event brings the #CUdifference to Capitol Hill. More► 
  • Basel Proposal Misinforms: WOCCU's comment letter fires back at misinformation and is littered with anti-credit union statements. More►
  • Celebrate Financial Fitness Day: Credit unions can wear jeans Wednesday to support MCUCD and the Foundation efforts. More► 
  • Early CECL Revisions Look Promising: The FASB Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) rule looks more palatable to CUs and small institutions. More►
  • A Direct Line : Directors should take advantage of this great training opportunity coming up in June. More►
  • Get Your Members Financially Fit: Gigi Hyland offers ways to make your members credit union strong in April. More► 
  • NCUA Economic Update: The underlying message in the March Economic Update video: "For credit unions, the outlook is good."

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