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Sen. Blunt Sends RBC Letter to NCUA

Jun
30
Sen. Blunt Sends RBC Letter to NCUA

The efforts made by credit union advocates during Missouri Hike the Hill are showing positive results. Just one week after meeting with credit union leaders in Washington, D.C., Senator Roy Blunt (R) sent a letter expressing concer

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100 Million Memberships Site Now Open to Public

Jun
27
100 Million Memberships Site Now Open to Public

The number of credit union members is growing! Credit unions are expected to reach 100 million members nationwide this summer. To celebrate this milestone, the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) has launched the 100 Million Credit Union Memberships campaign. This website is now open to the public.

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MCUA Applauds Credit Unions for Commenting on NCUA's RBC Proposal

Jun
24
MCUA Applauds Credit Unions for Commenting on NCUA's RBC Proposal

Missouri credit unions stepped up to comment on the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Risk-Based Capital (RBC) proposal. The official letter count was 2,050, with 17 from Missouri institutions.

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Missouri's Hike the Hill Brings Credit Union Messages to D.C.

Jun
24
Missouri's Hike the Hill Brings Credit Union Messages to D.C.

It was a very busy Hike the Hill for Missouri volunteers and staff members in Washington, D.C.

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MCUA Files Comment Letter on ARM Look-Back Periods

Jun
19
MCUA Files Comment Letter on ARM Look-Back Periods

On Monday, June 9, the Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) filed a comment letter with the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) supporting the agency’s proposal to align Federal Housing Administration (FHA) regulations with the requirements for notifying borrowe

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Missouri's Credit Union Leaders Hike the Hill

Jun
17
Missouri's Credit Union Leaders Hike the Hill

Credit union leaders are in Washington D.C. for Missouri Hike the Hill this week.  A full day of visits on Capitol Hill takes place on June 18, with meetings scheduled with all ten Missouri U.S. Senate and House offices.  Participants are also visiting the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) offices for board meeting on June 19.

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MCUA Files Comment Letter on Reg Z Mortgage Proposed Amendments

Jun
14
MCUA Files Comment Letter on Reg Z Mortgage Proposed Amendments

The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA)  filed a comment letter on June 5, 2014, with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) outlining several suggestions to various proposed amendments to the 2013 mortgage rules.

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MCUA Submits Comments on CFPB International Remittance Transfers Rule

Jun
12
MCUA Submits Comments on CFPB International Remittance Transfers Rule

The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) submitted its comment letter on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) latest international remittance transfers proposed rule on Friday, June 6.

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RBC Front and Center as NCUA Continues to Sort Through Record Number of Comment Letters

Jun
11
RBC Front and Center as NCUA Continues to Sort Through Record Number of Comment Letters

The number of comment letters related to the National Credit Union Administration's (NCUA) RBC proposal continues to grow. NCUA said more than 2,050 people wrote to the agency, a number that seems to increase by the day as the agency sorts through letters submitted before the May 28 deadline. The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) submitted their comment letter. The U.S.

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Use Social Media to Contact Lawmakers During Hike the Hill June 17 - 19

Jun
10
Use Social Media to Contact Lawmakers During Hike the Hill June 17 - 19

Credit union leaders from around the state of Missouri will Hike the Hill in Washington D.C. next week, June 17-19. Hike the Hill is an opportunity to share credit union concerns and issues with federal lawmakers and their staff.

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