As 2017 comes to a close, Northwest credit unions are keeping the spirit of advocacy alive. Learn how your support for CULAC between now and Dec. 31 can get you a “golden ticket” to CUNA’s GAC.
To educate consumers about credit scores, the CFPB is updating a list of companies that provide free credit score access.
As ADA website compliance demand letters appear in the Northwest, here are some proactive steps credit unions can take.
The new branch is a prime example of the credit union difference, providing a much-needed financial lifeline to residents in the rural area.
Columbia Credit Union receives Presidential Award for Excellence in Philanthropy; First Tech named best financial institution in Oregon and California by MONEY magazine.
Mt. Hood Chapter’s annual “turkey shoot” raises $2,000 for Clackamas Service Center; NW Priority Credit Union raises nearly $11,000 for Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Several amendments to the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedures will go into effect on Dec. 1, 2017.
NWCUA’s Strategic Link partner is committed to helping credit unions update their websites to meet the new ADA requirements.
Thanks to the advocacy efforts of Northwest credit unions, the legislation represents a significant win for the Credit Union Movement on the federal level.
Young credit union professionals looking to dive into CU advocacy are invited to “crash” the 2018 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference. Hurry — the application deadline is Nov. 28.
BECU offers lower interest rates to members to encourage healthy financial habits; iQ Credit Union raises $63,000 to support Credit Unions for Kids; First Tech expands partnership with CO-OP Financial Services.
Bulletin defines 37 “key fields” examiners will typically use to test and validate the accuracy and reliability of home mortgage loan data collected beginning in 2018.