Rivermark Community CU launches inaugural charity golf tournament; Westmark CU to host 15th Annual Credit Unions for Kids golf tournament; Kitsap, Evergreen, and Pierce County Chapters team up for Credit Unions for Kids; East Idaho CU to host Kicks for Kids golf tournament.
Pending the approval of the Office of Management and Budget, the effective date would be pushed back to July 1, 2019.
Legislators across the nation renewed a resolution calling for states’ rights to determine their own paths forward on cannabis regulation.
Your Association’s compliance team offers a checklist of important security and operational concerns to address before Aug. 21.
Lifetime’s report on the makeover will be featured on air August 8 and 15, giving credit unions a public awareness win. Numerica offers advice to credit unions considering similar partnerships.
HAPO Community Credit Union breaks ground on new branch in Vancouver, WA; BECU expands annual People Helping People Awards; Spokane Federal Credit Union celebrates members and launches redesigned website; Credit Unions for Kids appoints inaugural Professorship in Pediatrics.
The prototype forms are designed to give consumers more clarity about the costs, risks, and benefits of participating in overdraft coverage.
Huge Crowds Coming for Total Solar Eclipse Present Challenges, Opportunities for Northwest Credit Unions
Your Association shares a checklist for Idaho and Oregon credit unions in or near the “path of totality.”
Washington credit unions celebrate the senator’s leadership and support.
Upcoming Council Meetings Offer Credit Union Professionals Opportunities for Discovery and Discussion
Find out what you’ll learn at the Compliance, Lenders’, and Marketing, Business Development & Community Outreach Council meetings this August and September.
BECU awards 80 scholarships; Numerica Credit Union presents $95,000 to local nonprofits; Inspirus Credit Union supports Science Education Partnership; Horizon Credit Union donates to Big Bend Community College.
See the latest NCUA and CFPB rulemaking’s implications for credit unions.
NCUA Board Projects Budget Savings, Proposes Closing Stabilization Fund and Providing a Distribution in 2018
In its July Board meeting, NCUA proposed a distribution of $600-800 million, estimated $5.8 million in savings during its budget review, and announced plans to consolidate regional offices.
Deadline for low-income designated credit unions to apply for NCUA’s Community Development Revolving Loan Fund grants is Monday, July 31.