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NCUA Meeting Kick Starts Missouri-Kansas Hike the Hill

Oct
20
NCUA Meeting Kick Starts Missouri-Kansas Hike the Hill

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.

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Pheasant Fall Classic Raises $4,000 for CUPAC

Oct
15
Pheasant Fall Classic Raises $4,000 for CUPAC

The 13th Annual Pheasant Fall Classic brought together credit union leaders and supporters to help raise more than $4,000 for the Credit Union Political Action Committee (CUPAC). CUPAC funds support credit union-friendly lawmakers and candidates on the state level in Missouri.  

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Focus on NACHA and ACH Rules

Oct
13
Focus on NACHA and ACH Rules

The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) sent a comment letter on October 9, 2015, to NACHA - the Electronic Payments Association regarding their request for comments on proposed changes that would require Originating Depository Financial Institutions (ODFIs) to re

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Feedback Request Regarding OTR, Other NCUA Issues

Oct
11
Feedback Request Regarding OTR, Other NCUA Issues

Credit union feedback on regulatory issues is requested in advance of the Missouri-Kansas Hike the Hill visit with National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Chairman Deborah Matz. 

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CU Advocates Meet State House Member, State House Candidates

Oct
09
CU Advocates Meet State House Member, State House Candidates

Credit union advocates are staying busy this fall meeting with candidates and lawmakers.  In two weeks time, Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) Advocacy staff and credit union leaders met with a state lawmaker and two candidates running for the Missouri House - including one candidate who is running i

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MCUA Files Comment Letter Regarding Online Marketplace Lending

Oct
06
MCUA Files Comment Letter Regarding Online Marketplace Lending

The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) filed a letter on September 30, 2015, with the US Treasury, in response to its request for information regarding online marketplace lending.

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Legislative Breakfast Brings KC Credit Unions and Lawmakers Together

Sep
28
Legislative Breakfast Brings KC Credit Unions and Lawmakers Together

More than a dozen lawmakers and legislative staff met with 26 representatives from 13 different credit unions during the Kansas City Chapter of Credit Unions annual legislative breakfast.

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FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment Tool Should Remain Voluntary

Sep
24
FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment Tool Should Remain Voluntary

The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) sent a letter to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, which is collecting comments on behalf of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC). The FFIEC is currently soliciting input on the repor

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Missouri-Kansas Hike the Hill: Deadline to Register September 25

Sep
21
Missouri-Kansas Hike the Hill: Deadline to Register September 25

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.  

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2015 Veto Session - Missouri Lawmakers Override Veto on Fee Cap Bill

Sep
18
2015 Veto Session - Missouri Lawmakers Override Veto on Fee Cap Bill

A bill with potential impact to credit unions will become law on October 16 after state lawmakers approved a veto override.  The bill, SB 345, increases the fee cap for loans that are for 30 days or longer and are other than open-end credit.

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