Posted February 20th, 2018 No Comments
The Evolution of Auto & Home Insurance in 2018

From Amazon and Alexa to Uber and Zillow, we don’t need to look far to see how technology and connectivity have changed our way of life, how we communicate, and how we do business. {Read The Full Article}

Posted February 20th, 2018 No Comments
Help Your Members Relax and Easily Manage Their Tax Refunds

As W2’s begin to arrive and your members go into overdrive trying to organize their receipts and statements, we know that you and your credit union employees are working hard to lend your members an extra hand during the busy tax season. {Read The Full Article}

Posted February 20th, 2018 No Comments
The Greatest Harm a Cyber-Attacker Can Cause – Loss of Members’ Trust

For credit unions, the most precious asset that they have…and the hardest to recover once lost…is the trust of their members. This is also the asset that is most at risk through the attacks of hackers and cyber-criminals. {Read The Full Article}

Posted February 20th, 2018 No Comments
Nominations for League Board of Directors Now Open

Pursuant to the Election Procedures for the NCUL Board of Directors, a Call of Nominations has been issued.  All directors duly elected will commence service beginning June 13, 2018. {Read The Full Article}

Posted February 20th, 2018 No Comments
Jam the Unicam – A Success!

The Nebraska Credit Union League hosted it’s annual “Jam the Unicam” conference for Nebraska credit unions on Thursday, January 25th in Lincoln, Nebraska.  There were fifty-six (56) attendees representing eighteen (18) credit unions.  {Read The Full Article}

Posted February 20th, 2018 No Comments
Kenn Miller Retires from MembersOwn CU

Following a distinguished career of 40 years, Kenn Miller is retiring as CEO of MembersOwn Credit Union. {Read The Full Article}

Posted February 20th, 2018 No Comments
Change & Challenge

Change and challenge are all around us and is ever-changing its face and direction. Over the past 5 years, Innovative Technology Inc. (INTECH) has been no stranger to change and the challenges that it brings. {Read The Full Article}

Posted February 20th, 2018 No Comments
COLLECTIONS P2P

March 22nd

11:30am-1pm

Mutual 1st Federal
14510 F Street, Omaha

Presenter: Dave Koukol, Attorney at Koukol & Johnson LLC and Staff

At this P2P Collection session we will discuss what’s new in the collection world.  We encourage you to bring lots questions for Dave and his staff.  Plus, you will get to network with your peers while trading tips and tricks for collecting from members.

Lunch will be served at 11:30am.  Presentation starts at 12:00pm.  Cost to attend is $25.  You can register online now by clicking HERE.

*Conference phone option available. Cost is $10 per line.  Contact Amy Shaw, ashaw@nebrcul.org if you are calling in.  Instructions will be sent on March 20th.

 

About P2P:

The Nebraska Credit Union League is pleased to announce a new education and networking initiative for 2016. Credit union professionals and volunteers are encouraged to join their peers at upcoming NCUL Peer-to-Peer (P2P) meetings. P2Ps include time for personal introduction, lunch, and discussion. These P2P events are meant to compliment both the distant and in-person learning opportunities already provided by the League. P2P sessions will take place throughout the year, across the state. Topics, time, dates and locations will vary.

 

 

Posted February 20th, 2018 No Comments
Credit Unions Sued Over Website’s Inaccessibility to the Visually Impaired

A growing number of credit unions have been sued on the basis that their websites do not comply with Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (the “ADA”) because their websites are not accessible by the visually impaired. {Read The Full Article}

Posted January 19th, 2018 No Comments
CSCU Forms Trellance

Trellance is a new company formed by CSCU with a vibrant commitment to providing guidance and solutions to help credit unions thrive.  {Read The Full Article}

Posted January 19th, 2018 No Comments
Registration Still Open for Jam the Unicam

Register TODAY for the NCUL’s “Jam the Unicam” conference being held on Thursday, January 25th in Lincoln!  Seats are limited and filling up fast so register today!  The conference will kick-off with lunch at the Governor’s Residence at 11:30am and conclude with a reception (5pm – 7pm) for State Senators at Billy’s Restaurant.

Online Registration is now available HERE.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! Governor Pete Ricketts will speak during the lunch to outline his Administration’s priorities and give the state of the State.  Following lunch continue with a great lineup of speaker sessions including former State Senator Colby Coash, NCUA Regional Director Steve Worden, a panel discussion on best practices in advocacy, Department of Banking & Finance Director Mark Quandahl, and Banking Committee Chairman Senator Brett Lindstrom.

RSVP to Brandon Luetkenhaus at brandon@nebrcul.org

Posted January 19th, 2018 No Comments
Nominations for League Board of Directors Now Open

Pursuant to the Election Procedures for the NCUL Board of Directors, a Call of Nominations has been issued.  All directors duly elected will commence service beginning June 13, 2018. {Read The Full Article}

Posted January 19th, 2018 No Comments
NE Credit Union YP Selected to Crash GAC

The Nebraska Credit Union League is pleased to announce that Jennifer Tworek of Family Focus FCU has been selected as Nebraska’s “Crasher” for the 2018 CUNA GAC by The Cooperative Trust and Credit Union National Association! {Read The Full Article}

Posted January 19th, 2018 No Comments
MembersOwn Credit Union Announces New President

Linda Carter will be named president of MembersOwn Credit Union on February 16, 2018 after longtime president Kenn Miller steps down. {Read The Full Article}

Posted January 19th, 2018 No Comments
Assess Your Fiduciary Responsibility and Liability

In order to help you manage your fiduciary responsibilities as a retirement plan sponsor, you should start by understanding your role and the rules. {Read The Full Article}

Posted January 19th, 2018 No Comments
Mark Your 2018 Calendars

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Posted January 19th, 2018 No Comments
105th Nebraska Legislature 2nd Session Convenes

Last Wednesday marked the 1st day of a sixty day session for the 105th Nebraska Legislature.  During the short sixty day session, the Legislature will likely focus on the state budget shortfall (currently around $180 million), tax proposals and the corrections system.   {Read The Full Article}

Posted December 19th, 2017 No Comments
Sprint’s Exclusive CU Member Cash Rewards

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BENEFITS FOR CREDIT UNIONS

Simple and effective way to make credit union membership much more valuable

Earn more non-interest income with an unlimited performance-based payment structure

Maximize earning potential by tracking member sales and activations to learn best practices

Access FREE all-new marketing materials to promote the program and value of membership


BENEFITS FOR MEMBERS & BUSINESSES

$100 cash reward for every new line when you switch to Sprint®

$50 for each line transferred into the Sprint Credit Union Member Cash Rewards program

Cash rewards are directly deposited into their credit union account

Annual $50 loyalty cash reward for customers every year for every line

Simplified and automated registration process

 

Posted December 19th, 2017 No Comments
Is Your Credit Union Prepared for These Emerging Risks?

For many credit unions, identifying, assessing, and mitigating risks can be a challenge, considering nearly every aspect of the business can pose a risk.   {Read The Full Article}

Posted December 18th, 2017 No Comments
Centris FCU’s Cacioppo Wins a 40 Under 40 Award

Congratulations to Chrissy Cacioppo, the Benefits Administrator at Centris Federal Credit Union, for being chosen as one of Midlands Business Journal’s 40 under 40 Award Winners.  {Read The Full Article}

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