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You are currently in the Consumer area of CUNA's website. Use the links in this navigational guide to get to the specific areas of the website you need. There are ten areas:
- CUNA Home:
(www.cuna.org) The CUNA "homepage" where you'll find information related to all of the dues related areas of the trade association including: governmental and legislative affairs, compliance, regulatory advocacy, News Now, Newswatch, press releases, economics and statistics, calendar of events and much more.
- Legislative Affairs:
(http://www.cuna.org/Legislative-And-Regulatory-Advocacy/) Legislative Affairs is the starting point for CUNA's extensive legislative activities, including links for CUNA letters to Congress, State legislative tracking, Capitol Hill briefings, the Congressional Calendar, and state government connections.
- Grassroots and Political Action:
(http://www.cuna.org/Grassroots-And-Political-Action/) Grassroots shows how CUNA engages members and legislators on credit unions' behalf. Find out about CUNA's political involvement, grassroots efforts, the Membership Activation Program, Hike The Hill, Project Differentiation, Project Zip Code, and the Political and Legislative Action Network.
(http://www.cuna.org/Compliance/)CUNA members can link to the E-Guide, RegTrac, Cobweb e-mail list for compliance discussion, CUNA's Legal and Regulatory Directory, take the Compliance Challenge, find compliance contacts by state, and check out regulatory compliance schools.
- Regulatory Advocacy:
(http://www.cuna.org/Legislative-And-Regulatory-Advocacy/) Regulatory Advocacy details credit union views on legislative and regulatory proposals, analyses of recent final rules, technology developments, important legals cases for credit unions, NCUA opinion letters, pending issues, history of the Federal Credit Union Act, NCUA Board meeting summaries, and the RegWatch newsletter for monitoring all regulatory issues affecting credit unions.
- Consumer Information:
(www.creditunion.coop) Learn more about credit unions -- what makes them different from banks, how to locate a credit union, the benefits of joining, and articles and tools to help with making sound financial decisions.
(www.cuna.org/Training-And-Events/) This is where you'll find schools and conferences, continuing education and training materials, eSchools, CPDOnline, webinars, audio conference, books, videos, trainers material and more.
- Marketing and Member Education:
(http://www.cuna.org/Marketing-And-Member-Education/) CUNA offers tools, educational resources and networking opportunities to help credit union marketing and business development professionals.
- Research and Strategy:
(http://www.cuna.org/Research-And-Strategy/) Expert advice and custom research, the Environmental Scan as well as a host of survey reports that cover executive and staff compensation, fees, and the state of credit union technology.
- CUNA Strategic Services:
(cunastrategicservices.com) CUNA Strategic Services has developed strategic relationships with trusted providers to provide credit unions with access to products, services, and technologies delivered with a competitive advantage.
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