A grassroots army of more than 230 messaged credit unions’ $2.2 billion economic impact.
A Global Credit Union marketer shared her first-hand experience at CUNA GAC as the parent of a child helped by Credit Unions for Kids.
Clayville brings a wealth of economic and business experience to Gem State advocacy.
Weis will bring the perspective of a financial institution banking marijuana, to the advisory group responsible for its guidance.
Senate passes legislation to update the Washington State Credit Union Act.
Credit unions’ effectiveness teaching financial education to thousands of students took center stage at a legislative hearing in Salem last week.
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.
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.