|The Leagues' first-quarter 2013 Credit Union Quarterly Performance Report has been posted!|
1Q CU PERFORMANCE REPORT RELEASED
updated 06/26/13 08:47 AM
Also, Loan Participation TIPs Bulletin
The first-quarter 2013 Credit Union Quarterly Performance Report has been published by the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues to assist credit unions in helping create a solid financial future for their member-owners.
Using this new report, credit unions can catch up on the latest quarterly financial analysis to prepare for the next economic and market performance trends within the industry.
What's in the Report
The report includes:
TIPs Bulletin Posted
A new TIPs Bulletin has been posted on the Leagues' website regarding the National Credit Union Administration's (NCUA) Final Rule on Loan Participations.
On June 20, the NCUA board issued a final rule that revises the agency's existing loan participation investment rules.
Click here to view TIPs Bulletin 13-32 regarding loan participations.
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Several CUs Join 'CU4Kids' Campaign
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ANOTHER HEARING AND REG RELIEF BILL updated
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This Time, Congress Treats Differently
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CU TESTIFIES ON 'ERA TANDA' LOAN updated
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Banking Committee Reviews Program
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'IT'S MORE THAN A JOB' updated
12/03/13 10:50 AM
Retired CEO Shares Insight
It felt like a dark day for Barbara Lamberth, a day when “you’re ready to call it quits.” Then someone said something she’d never forget.