The 2017 Washington Credit Union Day at the Capitol brought more than 200 Washington credit union advocates to Olympia, sharing the substantial impact credit unions have on their communities and economies.
The bill includes a change to streamline regulatory approval of bylaw amendments, two changes allowing more flexibility on governance issues, and an update to the federal parity provision.
Your Association has a turnkey toolkit to help share the good news of how not-for-profit, cooperative credit unions build strength in families and communities.
Connect with the first Compliance Council of 2017, along with the upcoming Compliance Legal Update, to gather valuable insight on the latest regulatory issues, and discuss collective solutions with peers.
Also, a look at the week’s Legal Briefs at the federal level.
Oregon credit unions also thanked Rep. Vic Gilliam, who recently announced his intent to retire from the Legislature.
McWatters succeeds Rick Metsger, who was designated Board Chairman in May 2016.
Follow along as credit union advocates share why not-for-profit cooperatives are the best choice for consumers with legislators and regulators in the Idaho Capitol.
The decision is a substantial victory for the CUNA/League system, and the Main Street businesses represented by America’s credit unions.
Heck is the first Washington legislator to sit on the panel since 2010, and will remain on the House Financial Services Committee.
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The proposal lists changes to authorize federally-insured credit unions to issue supplemental capital instruments that would only count toward a credit union’s risk-based net worth requirement.