CUBE TV Update 

CUBE TV is the MCUL's online video portal, with regular updates of topics and information for CUs: 

CU National Update: For the week of July 14th, CUBE TV’s Laura Michels details the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight’s letter to the NCUA regarding its risk-based capital rule, that Square is entering the business lending world, how a shared branching video and America’s Credit Union’s website are spreading CU awareness, the deadline for the Herb Wegner Memorial Awards is approaching, and that American 1 Credit Union was chosen as the 2014 Corporate Community Leader as part of the Michigan Governor’s Service awards.

Education & Events: See what you missed from the 2014 Annual Convention and Exposition. There are several videos from the event posted on CUBE TV.

CU Industry AdvocatesIn this shareholder update, MCUL & Affiliates CEO David Adams shares how credit unions continued the positive trends in 2013 with a sizeable boost in membership and consideration at an all-time high of 80 percent, which now outpaces banks. CU Solutions Group and its five divisions – marketing, membership enhancements, technology, performance management and Michigan Solutions – turned out a very strong performance in 2013. 

CUs in the News: CUNA Chief Economist Bill Hampel and Deputy General Counsel Mary Dunn discuss with CUNA's Pat Keefe NCUA's proposed rule on risk-based capital, including CUNA's initial analysis of the rule's key parts for credit unions. 

CU Compliance Connection: The CFPB has finally released the Integrated Mortgage Disclosure requirements that have been in the works for over two years. For a review of the disclosures requirements please attend this CU Compliance Connection presentation. 

Special Reports: MCUL & Affiliates teamed up with Gov. Rick Snyder and Money Smart Week to give kids a lesson in financial literacy. 

Michigan Priority Report: For the June edition of Priority Report, MCUL & Affiliates CEO David Adams takes a look back at a successful Annual Convention and Exposition and discusses some of the top initiatives the league is working on including the Risk Based Capital proposal, a win on the state foreclosure process and the latest on moving Michigan to an electronic vehicle titling system. We also highlight the upcoming Executive Summit, Instant Issuance from Richardson Business Solutions and the upcoming release of ChannelPro, our newly updated content management system.

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