The issues credit union executives will discuss with their lawmakers during GAC all require engagement to be resolved.
Data collected by CUNA and the Consumer Bankers Association covers only the cost of card replacement.
WASHINGTON - Photos capture the first day of general sessions Monday at CUNA's GAC 2014.
WASHINGTON — CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney also tells GAC he has never been more optimistic for the credit union industry.
Chairman Debbie Matz will host three Listening Sessions this summer, in San Francisco, Chicago and Washington, before the proposed rule is finalized.
State Employees’ Credit Union's Blaine said CUNA and leagues overlooking serious industry issues.
A joint release from the credit union and bank trades says $200M only covers the costs of card replacement.
CUNA and Carolinas League out $340,000 in membership dues with loss of nation's second largest credit union.
CUNA's largest affiliated credit union, the $27 billion State Employees' Credit Union of North Carolina, will not renew its membership in 2014.
In particular, both CUNA and NAFCU praised Obama's support of patent reform.