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Survey Southeastern CUs approve of LSCUs work
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. And TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (11/18/10)--Six months after consolidating credit unions in Alabama and Florida, the League of Southeastern Credit Unions (LSCU) is delivering on its promise to be a more effective and efficient resource for its members, the league said. According to the results of the recent LSCU Member Survey, 87% of member credit unions that responded are satisfied with the new league. When asked if the league understands credit unions’ needs, 88% agreed. Also, three out of four credit unions surveyed say they get good value for their dues dollars, indicating the league is focused on the right areas, according to Patrick La Pine, LSCU president/CEO. The new league has focused on advocacy and information. “When the Alabama and Florida leagues consolidated, we knew the new LSCU would need to re-focus on the needs of credit unions,” La Pine said. “In less than one year, member credit unions are seeing a more personal LSCU that is spending more time in their credit unions, listening and responding to their needs. “The member results are consistent across asset sizes and between both states, proving that our members’ needs are being met,” he added. “We know we have more work to do as our credit unions are under a lot of financial and regulatory pressure right now and we need to continue to provide solutions to ease their burdens.”


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