Pennsylvania Credit Union Association

  • PCUA Renews 'iBelong,' Cuts Assessment

    The corporate crisis aside, Pennsylvania credit unions are moving ahead--and even reducing the assessment--for another season of a three-year-old awareness campaign, iBelong, aimed at developing the member base.

  • Mid-Atlantic Assures CUs, Media on Viability

    Mid-Atlantic Corporate Federal Credit Union assured its members and the public of its viability Monday, stressing it "can continue to successfully serve our member credit unions."

  • Pennsylvania CU Group Heads to Haiti

    Nine months after the Haiti earthquake, the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association and its foundation are teaming up with Mid-Atlantic Corporate FCU to send a delegation to the country this Monday to assess aid help.

  • Bankruptcy Filings Key PCUA Issue

    The big jump in bankruptcy filings this year and what it means for credit union lending and legal trends will be the key topic at the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association's credit union attorneys conference Sept. 23-24 in Harrisburg.

  • Pennsylvania CU Payday Loan Alternatives Save Members Millions

    Members of Pennsylvania Credit Unions whose credit unions offer Better Choice loans have saved more than $12 million in fees since the program began in 2006.

  • Citing Housing Stats, Reed Warns of Tougher Exams

    Credit union attorneys were being warned Thursday to prepare their clients for much tougher scrutiny from examiners on loan portfolios, performance ratios and much more given the negative economic climate.

  • Missouri Association Expresses Angst Over NCUA Policies

    The Missouri Credit Union Association joined its Pennsylvania peer in formally expressing angst over recent NCUA policies.

  • PCUA Gauges Ongoing Support for iBelong Ads

    Cognizant of the industry's earnings squeeze, the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association is surveying its members this month about continued support for the iBelong awareness ad campaign in 2011.

  • PCUA Appeals to NCUA

    The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association has formally added its voice to the industry chorus complaining about the NCUA assessment schedule urging the agency to use its legal discretionary power to spread out the expense.

  • PCUA Appeals to the NCUA: 'Spread Out Assessments'

    The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association formally complained this week about the NCUA's assessment schedule urging the agency to use its discretionary power to spread out the assessments over the maximum period of time allowed by law.

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