An October 20 meeting with National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Chairman Deborah Matz kicked off the Missouri-Kansas Hike the Hill. Credit union leaders from Missouri and Kansas discussed topics ranging from the Overhead Transfer Rate (OTR), the proposed member business lending rule, a potential field of membership (FOM) proposal, and account verification requirements.
If you are planning to participate in the Missouri-Kansas Hike the Hill - this Friday, September 25, is the deadline to register for the hotel room block. The advocacy event takes place on October 20-22, in Washington, D.C.
There’s still time to take action regarding advocacy efforts during the Congressional August work period, and meet with U.S. Senators and Representatives back home in Missouri. Lawmakers return to Washington, D.C. on September 8. That gives credit union advocates many opportunities to discuss credit union issues and concerns with lawmakers and staff.
Registration is now open for the Missouri-Kansas Hike the Hill. The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) and the Kansas Credit Union Association are holding the joint event in Washington, D.C. on October 20-22.
Summer is a good time to dress down for a great cause. The Credit Union Political Action Committee (CUPAC) is encouraging credit unions to participate in "Dress Down Days for Summer." The money raised supports credit union political action. Information was mailed to credit unions with a
Data security was a top priority for legislative meetings during Missouri Hike the Hill, June 9-10. Credit union staff and volunteers from five credit unions across the state thanked U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (R) for reintroducing S.
Time is running out to reserve a room and take part in the Missouri Hike the Hill, June 8-10. Join the Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) and credit union leaders as they discuss issues that impact credit unions and their members/communities in meetings with lawmakers and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
Credit union advocates in Missouri have an opportunity to emphasize the need for action on data security following the introduction of S. 961, the Data Security Act of 2015, by Missouri U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (R).