Credit union leaders, elected officials, and NWCUA staff connected during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Idaho credit unions’ new, resource-rich office in Boise.
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.
More than 60 members who have belonged to the credit union for at least 50 years attended the appreciation event.
An attorney weighs in on whether Northwest credit unions face any federal or state requirements related to biometric data collection practices.
6 Northwest credit union professionals become CU Development Educators; Columbia Credit Union announces 4 VP promotions; WSECU celebrates 60 years by paying it forward.
Find out how much Northwest credit unions have collectively contributed to CULAC this year, and join us at MAXX for another fun opportunity to support the cause.
In an immersive workshop, credit union professionals will gain a better understanding of the CU difference, learn how credit unions’ unique structure impacts communities, discover potential solutions for their members, and more.
ComplySight, a service available through NWCUA’s partnership with InfoSight, adds complaint management capabilities at no additional cost to credit unions.
Award recipients Harborstone CU and Lewis Clark CU share how they will use the funding to strengthen economically disadvantaged communities in the Northwest.
Join us this December to get the latest legal and regulatory updates relevant to credit unions.
Wauna CU hosts groundbreaking event for newest location; St. Helens Community supports local high schools with fundraising campaign; Five Northwest credit unions named in annual “Best Credit Unions to Work For” rankings.
Northwest credit union advocates landed in Washington, D.C., last week to discuss credit union priorities with Members of Congress and drive several regulatory victories.
NWCUA attended the 2017 conference of Western lawmakers, demonstrating credit unions’ leadership on the international, regional, and local levels.
World Council of Credit Unions’ Vice Chair Steven Stapp reflects on the value of international collaboration.