The Pulse (02-28-2017)

Volume 6, Issue 9

The Pulse Archive

MnCUN Maintains High Affiliation Rate

The primary purpose of the Minnesota Credit Union Network is to ensure the success, growth and vitality of our member credit unions. To this end, MnCUN channels the collective energy of credit unions throughout the state and works to lead the industry into the future – together.


Over the past decade, MnCUN has consistently maintained an affiliation rating of more than 85 percent. Through our core service areas, we strive to create the environment to promote credit union growth in the state of Minnesota.


“We continually strive to provide relevant and beneficial tools for Minnesota’s credit unions to best serve their members and communities,” said MnCUN President & CEO Mark Cummins. “The fact that such a high percentage of the state’s credit unions continue to choose membership is a testament to the work of our staff. I am thankful to all of the credit unions who work with us to cooperatively ensure the success of the movement.”


With questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact any member of the Network staff at any time.





Common Sense Regulatory Reform Messages Flood DC



Network releases updated Reporting Deadlines by Category & Date


NCUA releases Board Action Bulletin


NCUA to host upcoming Consumer Compliance webinar focused on fair lending issues


NCUA issues Regulatory Alerts


17-RA-03: Submission of 2016 HMDA Data


NCUA Issues Letters to Federal Credit Unions


17-FCU-01: Operating Fee Scale Adjusted for 2017


Upcoming compliance dates


View all Regulatory Compliance news stories


PolicyWorks Cybersecurity Tools Available

Managing cybersecurity and protecting your credit union and its members from cyber threats is an increasing focus for many regulatory agencies, including NCUA and CFPB. Beginning in 2017, every credit union is encouraged to complete the Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (CAT) released by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), of which NCUA is a member.


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PolicyWorks is a strategic partner of the Minnesota Credit Union Network.

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