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  • Meet Sherry Miller, HCUA's Newest Accounting Team Member

    Aug
    23
    Meet Sherry Miller, HCUA's Newest Accounting Team Member

    After working temporarily in the Accounting department, Sherry Miller has now joined Heartland Credit Union Association (HCUA) as a full-time staff member.

    Posted By Susan Dyer read more
  • HCUA Convention & Annual Meeting: Making It Happen. Together

    Aug
    23
    HCUA Convention & Annual Meeting: Making It Happen. Together

    “Making It Happen. Together.” It’s more than the theme of the very first Heartland Credit Union Association (HCUA) Convention & Annual Meeting; it’s a way of life for credit union and HCUA staffers.

    Posted By Nora Revie read more
  • CFPB Payday Lending Proposal – Credit Union Feedback Needed by August 26

    Aug
    22
    CFPB Payday Lending Proposal – Credit Union Feedback Needed by August 26

    Missouri and Kansas credit unions are asked to share information with the Heartland Credit Union Association (HCUA) in connection with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s rule for payday, vehicle title and certain high-cost installment loans. There is concern that the overly broad scope of the rule will sweep in products and services offered by credit unions that are not even similar to a payday or small dollar loan. In addition, i

    Posted By Amy McLard read more
  • What Can an Equipment Management Solution Do For Your Bottom Line?

    Aug
    19
    What Can an Equipment Management Solution Do For Your Bottom Line?

    Equipment Management Solutions, or EMS, is a proven solution for reducing and controlling equipment service costs without sacrificing quality. By consolidating your ATM, drive-up teller system, digital and electronic signage, copier, scanner, fax machine, alarm system, network storage (and more!) contracts into one single agreement, you can save both time and money. A customized solutions is waiting for you!

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  • Renee Kelly Joins HCUA's iVia Team

    Aug
    16
    Renee Kelly Joins HCUA's iVia Team

    While Renee Kelly has been working at Heartland Credit Union Association in a temporary role for more than a year, she is now “officially” part of the team. Kelly is a part-time member of the iVia Exchange Services team, and she works out of the St. Louis office. She enjoys traveling with her family, primarily to the west coast.

    Posted By Susan Dyer read more
  • CUlead Spotlight: Stacy Shaffer

    Aug
    15
    CUlead Spotlight: Stacy Shaffer

    Throughout 2016, we will feature each of our CUlead participants.

    Stacy Shaffer
    Vice President of Operations, Kansas State University Federal Credit Union
    Manhattan, KS

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  • New Date for Think.Do.Change., November 9-10

    Aug
    15
    New Date for Think.Do.Change., November 9-10

    Big news –Think.Do.Change. has been rescheduled for November 9-10! That means you won’t miss out on THE innovative and collaborative event of the year.

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  • Heartland Credit Union Association Joins CFPB Letter

    Aug
    15
    Heartland Credit Union Association Joins CFPB Letter

    Kansas and Missouri concerns about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) rejection of the agency’s exemption authority are represented in a letter signed by all 37 credit union leagues and the Credit Union National Association (CUNA).

    Posted By Amy McLard read more
  • Member Benefit: Quarterly Newsletter Articles Available

    Aug
    14
    Member Benefit: Quarterly Newsletter Articles Available

    As a member benefit, we have crafted consumer newsletter articles for our member credit unions to use in their own publications, websites, social marketing efforts, etc. These articles are consumer-focused on a variety of topics. Please feel free to customize the articles to fit your credit union's needs.

    Download newsletter articles for Quarter 4 of 2016.

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