Resources and Solutions Designed for SAS Credit Unions
Small Asset Size (SAS) credit unions are a valuable part of the CU system. The following offers regulatory resources, self-assessment tools and links to education scholarships.
Through independent research and innovation, the Filene Research Institute explores issues vital to the future of credit unions and consumer finance.
This resource tool, brought to you by the MCUL, is designed to provide accurate information for the Supervisory Committee to utilize when completing your credit union's annual audit.
This guide, from the NCUA, is intended for use by a credit union's board of directors and management, compliance officers, and other having responsibility for compliance as part of their duties.
MCUF Scholarships and grants are available for targeted professional development opportunities and for financial education and community reinvestment activities. Operational grants for up to $2,000 are available specifically for small credit unions for technology and operational upgrades to assist in serving members.
Resources to help your run your credit union--including compliance, financial analysis and board of directors materials
Strategic Planning Session
A free session is available to any credit union with less than $50 million in assets. These planning sessions are conducted by League Representatives and offer credit unions the opportunity to evaluate recent economic factors, while looking to future plans and goals.
Custom management and staff training programs are an effective means to develop confident and committed managers and team members.Go to main navigation