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What does TCUD stand for?

TCUD stands for Texas Credit Union Department

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People from across Texas are participating, including credit union staff and volunteers, Junior Achievement, the Texas Credit Union Department, Texas Dept of Banking, Teachers from Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and Austin, Attorneys, the Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner, and the Texas Cooperative Extension.
Affinium will also be critical to the DTCU's member acquisition program, given a major boost this summer when the Texas Credit Union Department approved its proposal to expand from a professional-based to a community-based enterprise and to begin marketing its services to 1.
In addition, the proposed amendments would increase the time from 15 days to 20 days to notify the commissioner of certain CUSO activities and impose a new requirement that Texas Credit Union Department must approve any investment that would cause the aggregate investment in CUSOs to exceed 25% of the credit union's net worth.
For example, Dallas Teachers Credit Union, a full-service credit union with more than 145,000 members, combined the strengths of IBM business intelligence and ArcView Business Analyst when making its presentation to the Texas Credit Union Department to upgrade its membership charter from occupation-based to community-based.
At issue is a subsection in a proposal from the Texas Credit Union Commission within the Texas Credit Union Department that reads: "All legal limitations imposed on a credit union by Texas Finance Code, Title 3, Subtitle D and any rules adopted under that subtitle, apply equally to CUSO activities.
For example, Dallas Teachers Credit Union, a full-service credit union with more than 145,000 members, combined the strengths of IBM business intelligence and ArcView Business Analyst when making its presentation to the Texas Credit Union Department to upgrade its membership charter from occupation-based to community-based.
Mergers, he said, may become necessary "for community charters but the single sponsor credit unions" can likely operate status quo, Regarding the actual merger applications, a press statement noted that First Service-Right Choice paperwork has been submitted to the NCUA and the Texas Credit Union Department.