Credit union leaders are headed to Washington, D.C. in a few weeks for Missouri's Hike the Hill (June 17-19) - and credit unions across the state are asked to help demonstrate the credit union difference in Missouri by running Project Zip Code in May.
Credit unions are getting support from current and past members of Congress – including those in Missouri – in efforts concerning the National Credit Union Administration’s (NCUA) risk-based capital (RBC) proposal.
May is Project Zip Code Month for Missouri’s credit unions. So far, 37 credit unions from across the state have run the program. Click here to see a complete list of the credit unions with updated Project Zip Code results.
Now is the time to make your travel plans to participate in Missouri Hike the Hill, which takes place June 17-19 in Washington, D.C. The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) is making appointments with federal lawmakers and their staff.
Credit union management and volunteers are encouraged to make plans now to participate in the only Missouri Hike the Hill in 2014 to Washington, D.C. The dates are June 17-19. There will not be a fall Hill visit due to the November elections.
Fifty credit union leaders from 14 credit unions in Missouri joined a record 4,400 attendees in Washington D.C. for the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Governmental Affairs Conference, February 23-27.
Credit unions in Missouri are asked to participate in two data breach surveys. One is a national survey through the Credit Union National Association to track the impact of the massive Target data breach during the 2013 holiday season. The other is a survey to assess the final impact of the Schnucks data breach, which had a substantial impact on many credit unions in Missouri.