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Metsger: Risk-based capital rule would impact fewer than 200 CUsng developed.

CUNA News Now Headlines 1/14/2014 - Provided as a courtesy and valuable service of the Credit Union National Association

Risk-based capital rule would affect fewer than 200 CUs, Metsger says

As the National Credit Union Administration works to modernize the 15-year-old credit union capital regime, board member Rick Metsger said Monday night that fewer than 200 credit unions would be required to make adjustments under a new risk-based capital proposal now being developed. More

CUNA: Bill would back CU cybersecurity efforts

Noting that the financial services sector continues to collaborate and invest in the infrastructure needed to combat cyber threats, CUNA and others on Monday thanked House Committee on Homeland Security leaders for introducing the National Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Protection Act. More

Maine league's message: 'Now is the time for a CU'

The sense of urgency is clear: Now is the time for a credit union --for convenience, for lending and for being a trusted financial partner. More

House Financial Services with have data security hearings, chairman says

Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas), who heads the House Financial Services Committee, said his panel will conduct hearings to study how government agencies and financial institutions secure data they collect, reported Politic Pro yesterday. He did not tie the hearings, however, specifically to the recent data breach at Target. More

New CUNA tool spotlights 2014 legislative outlook

Credit unions are watching as the U.S. House and Senate begin their work for 2014, and the latest edition of the Credit Union National Association's Legislative Update Webinar breaks down vital information on these congressional concerns into an easy to access and understand format. More

Detroit News spotlights CU defibrillator program

An article in the Sunday edition of the Detroit News highlighted a Michigan Credit Union League program that places automated external defibrillators in credit unions. More

In the media: Mobile payments, CU membership, stress test rule

USA Today, U.S. News & World Report and The Hill were among the national media outlets that featured information and insight from CUNA in the past several weeks. More

3Q numbers show strong momentum for Kansas CUs

Kansas credit unions outperformed their counterparts around the country in two key areas in the third quarter. More

Burek wins District 4, Class A seat on CUNA board

Geraldine Burek won the election for the District 4, Class A seat on the board of directors for CUNA. More

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