Reports of loss stemming from Hurricane Isaac continue to be on the low end thus far, CUNA Mutual Group said Tuesday.
Storm's flooding causes $75,000 to $100,000 in damage at headquarters of Moss Point, Miss., credit union.
Hundreds of female micro-entrepreneurs who lost homes and inventories in storm to receive about $125 each.
Credit union marketing firm offers services free of charge to credit unions of less than $100 million in assets that need post-Isaac.
Credit union insurer says only one major flood claim so far, scattered minor damage reports.
Mississippi reports about a dozen damaged credit union branches but set to re-open while Louisiana league officials out assessing.
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Louisiana league says no reports yet of damage as offices closed until storm passes.
The storm’s 80 mph winds and unrelenting rain were pounding New Orleans and surrounding areas Wednesday morning, the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
Agency says it can reschedule exams, guarantee lines of credit through NCUSIF and make loans through the Central Liquidity Facility.