Federal credit union members could have more options for short-term, small-dollar borrowing under a rule proposed by the National Credit Union Administration Board.
Your Association’s Compliance Team offers a three-state summary of what Northwest credit unions need to know.
NWCUA plays an important role in the extension of the CUNA Compliance Communities online hub that offers credit union compliance professionals state-level information and guidance.
Credit union professionals are often the first to be able to spot financial exploitation of senior citizens. Attend a webinar to learn new, critical information.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) have released their updated rulemaking agendas which have been published in the Unified Agenda.
The Resolution applies to Indirect Auto Lending and Compliance with the Equal Credit Opportunity Act.
DCU Issues Interpretive Letter Regarding Agreements to Transfer Deposits from One Credit Union to Another
Interpretation applies to all Washington state-chartered credit unions.
Things to consider before adding organizations and associations to your FOM.
Credit unions can play a role in preventing human smuggling and human trafficking. Your NWCUA Compliance Team reviews FinCEN guidance.
Considering cyber insurance as part of your risk management program? Your Association’s Compliance Team shares important information.
Federally insured credit unions in the Northwest can find online information about calculating and recording the planned Share Insurance Fund equity distribution plan.
Credit unions may be missing “found money” opportunities by not leveraging this tax credit.
The FAQs address bankruptcy issues of importance to credit union compliance teams.
The Marketplace offers small business owners and individuals a simple way to shop for state-verified, low-fee retirement savings plans.