With the help of credit union advocates, SHB 1209 moves to the Senate Finance Committee.
#CUobsessed is about telling people the good news about why credit unions are different and the better choice for consumers! It’s about sharing our passion, and it’s a way to start the conversation with current and potential members, as well as credit union staff.
Harborstone named Corporate Partner of the Year by the University of Washington for its work with underserved businesses; Columbia Credit Union contributes $25,200 to local veterans organizations; First Tech donates $24,500 to SMART.
Mid Oregon CEO appointed to county budget committee; National Credit Union Foundation announces new board members.
To help your credit union better prepare for examinations, here are the highlights from the bulletin.
Registration is now open for Western CUNA Management School’s July 2018 session. Learn how the school has helped credit union executives advance to where they are today.
To help you prepare your 2018 risk-mitigation strategy, NWCUA’s Strategic Link partner, CUNA Mutual Group, outlines three increasingly widespread risks to consider.
On Jan. 18, CUNA will host a free webinar to update credit unions on litigation threats related to website compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
An independent study illustrates Idaho credit unions’ significant contributions to their members and communities, to the tune of $638 million in total economic impact.
Share your CUobsession with your legislators by joining us for your state’s Day at the Capitol in 2018.
Show your legislators the Credit Union Difference by joining us in Olympia on Jan. 24.
See details on the administration’s areas of focus for examinations in the coming year.
CUs in Central Oregon unite to combat bullying and teen suicide; YCUP joins individuals throughout the Northwest to raise funds for Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.