Credit union advocates from Oregon and Washington visited legislators from both states to share the Credit Union Difference and stances on critical issues affecting their members.
FFIEC has also released a revised information security booklet. Plus, the latest Legal Briefs and your compliance question of the week.
Called a “publicity stunt” by CUNA CEO Jim Nussle, the lawsuit was filed Wednesday by the Independent Community Bankers of America challenging the NCUA’s revised MBL rule.
The agency has partnered with the CDFI Fund in an effort to double the number of certified credit unions by year-end.
Wrap up from the recent security conference at Skamania Lodge, which urged the widespread usage of security tools.
CO-OPatopia celebrates the cooperative business model and its place in the local economy while encouraging greater cooperation among those businesses. The fourth annual celebration takes place this weekend.
Gesa CU opens its eighth student branch, Mid Oregon CU pays it forward, Global CU promotes Military Saves Week, Sound CU announces a new Chief Business Services Officer.
Medford, Oregon-based Rogue Credit Union deposited $2.5 million into the accounts of 81,000 members as part of the first “Rogue Rewards Loyalty Dividend.”
St. Helens Community Credit Union President and CEO Brooke Van Vleet published an Op-Ed showing credit unions’ impact and stabilizing force on Oregon communities.
Northwest credit unions grew loans, membership, assets and return on assets according to new Q1 data released by the NCUA this morning. Idaho led the nation in many categories.
Credit union members spent more money taking Mom out to eat and giving her books and crafts this year than in 2013, according to an analysis of debit card transactions by CO-OP Financial Services and Saylent.
With financial literacy so engrained in the movement’s DNA, it’s probably no surprise that more and more members are turning to their credit unions for help and advice.
Northwest credit unions are responding to a call today from the National Credit Union Administration to help members who may be affected by a federal government shutdown that went into effect at midnight Monday.
Oregon credit unions offer among the least expensive auto loans in the country. And as a bonus, it’s the least expensive state in which to own and drive a vehicle according to two bank monitoring sites releasing studies this week. Take a ride on the savings highway.