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.
2014 is an election year, making it even more important to stay on top of any issues affecting credit unions in Missouri. It’s also vital to keep credit union advocacy efforts going strong after elections, as the next group of lawmakers take office.
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 unions in Missouri unite for good on a daily basis, and the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) wants to put these good deeds on display at America’s Credit Union Conference in San Francisco on June 29 – July 3, 2014.
Legislation affecting credit unions is moving through the Missouri General Assembly in the final two weeks of session. A bill that allows the Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR) to implement an electronic lien release (ELR) system passed the Missouri Senate on May 7 and is headed to the governor. The Missouri Senate voted 32-0 to pass
The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) submitted a comment letter on May 2, 2014, on the Federal Reserve Board’s (Board) Regulation CC proposed rule. MCUA generally supports efforts to improve the check clearing process and to account for the shift toward full