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LCUL Continues to Work on Your Behalf, Postpones In-Person Trainings Until May 1
Amid the growing number of COVID-19 cases and staying In alignment with our active Pandemic Continuity Plan, LCUL staff will be working remotely until further notice. Your League has the capacity and the wherewithal to be a strong resource as you navigate through this challenging time. Our past experiences with disaster recovery required us to implement various systems and technology that make a remote environment feasible for our employees. We are prepared and committed to continuing to serve our credit unions without any interruption.

As a precautionary measure, LCUL has decided to postpone in-person events and trainings until May 1. Following increased and overwhelming concerns, our management team felt this was the best way to proceed during such an unprecedented global situation.

Additionally, we've been pumping out information and resources to our credit unions daily. Please refer to our resource page on the League website for updated information. 

Please know with one phone call or email, your League is at your service. Click here for a complete staff listing and contact information
LCUL Launches COVID-19 Listserv to Open Lines of Communications Between Louisiana CUs
In times of uncertainty, it is important to remember the collaborative spirit that exists between credit unions. LCUL has created a listserv for credit union to post questions and share best practices.

To subscribe to the listserv, send an email to requests@lcul.com and provide your name (first and last) and email address.  


NCUA Issues Guidance to Credit Unions, FAQs on COVID-19
NCUA National Credit Union Administration Chairman Rodney E. Hood issued a Letter to Credit Unions and Frequently Asked Questions on COVID-19.

The letter outlines a number of strategies credit unions may consider when determining how to address the challenges associated with COVID-19, including working with affecting borrowers, examinations, and  flexibility options regarding mandated annual membership meetings and board meetings.  

Both the full letter to credit unions and frequently asked questions can be accessed here.
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