Alabama Credit Union League

  • Alabama Regulator Sees No Conflict of Interest

    Alabama Credit Union Administrator Larry Morgan, who was chairman of the board for the $3.7 billion Corporate America Credit Union as recently as 2010, denied accusations that he has a conflict of interest acting as regulator on issues between the corporate and the NCUA.

  • Alabama Administrator Morgan Denies Conflict of Interest in NCUA-Corporate America Flap

    ACUA Administrator Larry Morgan, who served as a volunteer for Corporate America, says no conflict acting as state regulator in issues with the NCUA.

  • Corporate America Beefs Up Member Education Program

    Corporate America Credit Union today announced it had hired Joy Breedlove, formerly vice president of educational programs with the League of Southeastern Credit Unions, to develop and execute an educational initiative for its member credit unions.

  • SE League Sets Ad Blitz

    The League of Southeastern Credit Unions is stepping up its efforts to reach a youthful audience in 2011 by launching a $2.1 million image campaign next April under the tagline "Credit Unions, We're Giving Banking a Better Name."

  • Southeast League Launching Co-Op Ad Blitz in 2011

    In an aggressive new bid to reach Gen X, the League of Southeastern Credit Unions announced this week it is launching a $2.1 million image campaign next April under the tagline, "Credit Unions, We're Giving Banking a Better Name."

  • Ala. Conservatorship Ends

    The $184 million Mutual Savings Credit Union of Birmingham has emerged from state conservatorship by restoring profitability and fixing its balance sheet, according to the Alabama regulator Glenn T. Latham.

  • Alabama Ending Conservatorship of Mutual Savings CU

    Alabama's top credit union regulator said he will lift the year-old conservatorship of the $184 million Mutual Savings Credit Union now that the Birmingham CU has restored profitability and fixed its balance sheet.

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