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FBI releases robbery app

New FBI app helps identify financial institution robbery suspects.

Ron Jooss

September 7, 2016

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) just made it a little easier for credit unions to track financial institution robberies in their geographic area with the release of a mobile app that helps identify suspects and sorts robbery incidents by date and location. {Read The Full Article}

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Military Lending Act: Get Ready to Comply

By Jennifer Torbeck

The Department of Defense (DOD) issued a final rule in July 2015 to amend the regulation that implements the Military Lending Act (MLA). Credit unions must comply with the rule for closed-end and open-end consumer credit other than credit card accounts by October 3, 2016. For credit cards, the mandatory compliance date is October 3, 2017. There are a number of questions to answer as you prepare to comply. {Read The Full Article}

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New Date for Think.Do.Change., November 9-10

Big news –Think.Do.Change. has been rescheduled for November 9-10! That means you won’t miss out on THE innovative and collaborative event of the year.

Think.Do.Change. will bring together credit union CEOs and senior managers from Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska and Tennessee for a two-day collaboration working session to learn the proven Filene Method of innovation. This is modeled off of the i3 program. {Read The Full Article}

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Nebraska Credit Union Advocates Hike the Hill

Five Nebraska credit union advocates traveled to Washington D.C. for the annual “Hike the Hill”.  Included in the group of advocates were one credit union professional from each of Nebraska’s three congressional districts.  Representing credit unions in District 1 was Jerry Barnett, President/CEO of LincOne FCU in Lincoln.  Representing credit unions in District 2 was Mark Uden, President/CEO of Mutual 1st Federal in Omaha.  Representing credit unions in District 3 was Kurt Schmidt, President/CEO of Western Heritage CU in Alliance.  {Read The Full Article}

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League Urges State Banking Department to Designated Eligible State Chartered CUs as Low-Income

The Nebraska Department of Banking & Finance has the sole authority to make low-income designations for state-chartered credit unions. The League penned a letter requesting that the Department take a more proactive approach in determining and designating eligible state-chartered credit unions as low-income. {Read The Full Article}

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Holiday Icon Campaign

Holiday Icons is the final Credit Unions for Kids national campaign of the year.  Choose from a variety of seasonal-themed icons.  Members are especially excited to engage in fundraising efforts during the holidays.


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HO HO HO! It’s Santa Letter Time!

Information will be out this month regarding the Santa Letter Fundraiser!

November 11th is the date we recommend you should have all letters in from your members.  November 18th is when all spreadsheets will be due at the League.  Letters will be mailed on December 2nd.


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Engaging Young People through Financial Literacy

By Jeff Bosco, SVP-Wealth Management

Now, more than ever, young people need our help to learn how to skillfully plan a budget, save for the future and invest with confidence – before money management becomes a struggle. This is critical to their abilities to become financially healthy and fulfill their passions and goals. 

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Turn Mountains of Data Into Actionable INTEL


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Crash the GAC Applications


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We are anxiously awaiting our cookbook orders.  They should be arriving sometime in mid-October!  All proceeds benefit CU4Kids and CMN.  Thanks to those who contributed recipes.  We finished with 340!  Books will be sold for $10.00.  For more information, please contact Amy or Melissa at the League.


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Chargeback Policy Changes – What Are They & How Did We Get Her

By Barney Moore, Staffer at CSCU

Chargebacks to merchants have become a hot topic of late. And for good reason. According to a recent report by First Annapolis Consulting, chargebacks for card-present transactions increased 50% following the October 1 EMV liability shift.  While this took merchants by surprise, it did not surprise issuers who, until the October 2015 liability shift for chip cards processed at card-present non-chip terminals, were absorbing the cost of fraud for counterfeit cards. Now issuers are allowed to chargeback, or pass back the fraud to the merchants who were not processing chip cards. {Read The Full Article}

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Celebrate International Credit Union Day: The Authentic Difference


For more than 160 years, credit unions have put people before profit.

In the 1850s, hard times hit Germany, and people turned to each other for help. They removed small savings from under mattresses and started making reasonably priced loans to one another. These early credit unions were the model for all the credit unions that followed: not-for-profit, democratically controlled and community oriented. The principles that guided them then, guide credit unions today. {Read The Full Article}

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