Credit union leaders continue march on Capitol Hill

first_img 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Credit union leaders from throughout the country visited Washington, D.C. last week for their Hike-the-Hill visits, during which they received updates on the latest issues from CUNA and brought many of those issues to the attention of their legislators and regulators.Jared Ross, senior vice president of association services and governmental affairs for the League of Southeastern Credit Unions (LSCU), said visits to Capitol Hill help legislators put faces and names to issues affecting their constituents.“Taking credit union officials to the Hill is always important. It gives the members of Congress and their staffs the opportunity to hear about the issues from a real-life perspective as opposed to hearing talking points,” Ross told News Now. “Additionally, it gives the credit union officials a chance to see their members and shows how committed they are to the cause.”Credit unions from Florida and Alabama joined LCSU to meet with National Credit Union Administration staff, CUNA staff and their legislators during the visit. At a Sept. 16 briefing at Credit Union House, CUNA staff provided updates on the latest legislation affecting examination fairness, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau leadership and more. continue reading »last_img

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