Headline News

LCUL Offers 2020 CUNA GAC Resource Webpage
To help you make the most of your experience at this year's 2020 GAC, LCUL continues to update our  website page with state-specific information. Here, you will find:
  • LCUL Schedule of GAC Events including legislative briefing and hospitality suite information
  • Schedule for Hill Visits
  • Briefing material
  • Louisiana attendee list
  • Federal Meeting Etiquette
  • Information on CULAC sweepstakes
For questions or additional information, please contact our advocacy department.
Shared Branching

NEW! Social Media Marketing for Shared Branching
One of the goals CU Cooperative Branching Board of Directors set for 2020 is to provide promotional content for credit unions to utilize in marketing.  Educating members on the value of the credit union network is fundamental to our member retention and growth. 

In a recent issue of Branching Out, we provided credit unions a link with first quarter social media posts, videos, and suggested verbiage to use. This material is free to participants, however, they can be branded to include your credit union logo and information for a small fee. 

For more information or to access the marketing portal, please contact a member of our shared branching team.
Business Solutions

Webinar: Red Flags & Best Practices to Prevent Loss
From mass marketing fraud, to romance and work-from-home scams, and even business email compromise, savvy fraudsters are adapting to ever-changing technology and targeting your customers with a variety of illicit tactics, both online and conventional. These fraud schemes are often perpetrated by organized criminal groups and crime rings to inflict millions of dollars in losses.

Join Verafin, February 25 at 11:30 pm, as they discuss emerging trends in fraud schemes and how criminals have adapted in order to circumvent improved security and controls in place at financial institutions. We also review red flags and best practices to protect your customers from the damaging financial and emotional effects of falling victim to scams.

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