Here’s a rundown of the key credit union advocacy event of the new year in the Gem State—whether you’re a seasoned advocate or visiting the Capitol for the first time.
As part of recent efforts to streamline and simplify member communications, weekly NWCUA events and key initiatives are being bundled into a single, high-level action memo sent every Friday.
Aspiring to credit union leadership? There’s still time to apply to attend the 2017 Emerging Leaders Program tuition-free!
The webinar will cover practical steps to onboard credit union professionals into the program, which helps to lighten the load of student debt.
Also, this week’s legal briefs, and answering what do when an account has two POD beneficiaries, but one beneficiary is deceased.
“The Financial Longevity Challenge” winners to be named on February 1.
Councils give credit union professionals a space to connect with peers, share experiences, and learn from each other. Read more on how this year’s Councils will help you grow your collective knowledge.
The bill, introduced Wednesday, would grant credit unions and banks parity on certain types of residential loans.
Robbery at People’s Community Federal Credit Union in Vancouver, Washington.
CU Bill Takes Step Forward in WA House: Business & Financial Services Committee Hears Update to State’s CU Act
The bill modifies credit union governance in Washington, clarifies low-income credit union designation, director powers, and updates parity.
The Gem State’s 64th legislative session opened Monday, with a look at the House and Senate priorities over the next 81 days.
Oregon advocates are encouraged to connect with the Legislature, which counts nearly a quarter of the 60-member House of Representatives and three of the 30-member Senate, as freshmen.