Northwest Credit Unions, Partners, and Individuals Raise $100,000 Through NWCUF Disaster Relief Program
Funds provide emergency financial assistance to credit union board members, employees, and volunteers impacted by the recent wildfires.
Flexibility introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic could continue to help credit unions members permanently, advocates say.
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At the Table: InRoads’ Brooke Van Vleet Shares Lenders’ Perspective on State, Federal Advisory Groups
Van Vleet is serving on advisory groups for both Oregon’s Governor and the CFPB.
He encourages credit unions to engage in the conversation with CFPB.
Gather with your credit union peers to connect, share experiences, and stay current on the latest industry trends.
Credit union law firm, Farleigh Wada Witt, provides guidance on the Act and encourages credit unions to review and update their nondiscrimination policies and employee handbooks.
CFPB Releases Outline of Proposals Under Consideration to Implement Small-Business Lending Data Collection Requirements
The outline provides insight into the data points that may be collected, including mandatory data points from Section 1071.
LSC’s suite of prepaid card solutions enable members to load funds online or through a mobile app as they tackle expenses for the upcoming school year.
The Strategic Link partner’s Modern Giving Account integrates with existing digital banking services to facilitate and streamline members’ donation efforts.
Credit unions’ teams evacuate high-danger zones, branches suffer impact, members’ homes are lost.