Vice President of Information Services

Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union

Lending Insights’ First Look Webcast Helps Credit Unions Grow Lending Portfolios

Strategic Link business partner CU Direct Corporation invites you to find out how Lending Insights can help your credit union meet compliance standards and grow its lending portfolio in today’s competitive marketplace.

Can’t-Miss Conversations About Technology, Economic Revival Highlight CEO/Executive Summit

High-level dialogue with economic and technology experts will highlight the CEO/Executive Summit April 25 at Suncadia Resort, where credit union leaders will discuss economic recovery and cutting-edge innovation to better position credit unions.

Learn about Leveraging Membership Gains, Prize-Linked Savings Programs at Leadership Symposium

Denise R. Gabel, Chief Finance and Strategy Officer for the Filene Research Institute, will be the featured speaker at the NWCUA’s first Leadership Symposium in Portland, Ore., on Feb. 10.

Legal Briefs

The NWCUA’s weekly rundown on the regulatory landscape.

NCUA Releases Long-Awaited 2010 Stabilization Fund Financial Statements

A report released by the NCUA on Tuesday showed that the 2010 financial statements for the Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund received an unqualified or “clean” audit opinion from KPMG LLP, the independent firm that audits the NCUA.

Members in the News – Dec 28 2011

Your rundown on who’s doing what and where.

NCUA Reaches Settlement in Lawsuits Against Citigroup, Deutsche Bank Securities

The NCUA reached separate settlements this week with Citigroup and Deutsche Bank Securities regarding the sale of residential mortgage-backed securities to five wholesale credit unions. Net proceeds will go toward reducing assessments charged to credit unions to pay for the losses.

Oregon Rep David Wu Co-Sponsors HR 1418

Oregon Congressman David Wu yesterday added his name to the list of H.R. 1418 co-sponsors. The House bill will increase the credit union member business lending cap to 27.5 percent of assets.