A 4.5% increase in membership, $322.7 million returned to its members, new services, and $5.8 million donated to nonprofits are a few highlights from BECU’s 2021 annual report.
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The credit union’s scholarship program continues its 32-year history of giving back to the community, having awarded $235,000 over the past five years.
A former employee of Numerica Credit Union, Hochheimer will lead ICCU’s expansion into the Spokane market.
The funds enable more children in Central Oregon to obtain free medical screenings.
The full-service branch replaces SELCO’s previous limited-service branch, which operated from 2009 to 2020 inside a Walmart.
The credit union ranked among the top 11 credit unions nationwide with more than $1 billion in assets.
Two new appointments bring a combined 42 years of financial expertise to the credit union.
Thank you to the members of Simplot Employees Credit Union who raised $7,600 for charity through the holiday Skip A Pay program along with Candy Bar Sales to the membership.
The new location is part of the credit union’s expansion to serve communities in Pierce County.
Credit union professionals in the Portland area are encouraged to attend this in-person networking event.
The Foundation matched the first $100,000 of funds raised through its Fire Relief Fund.
Greg Spear steps into the role following the retirement of Advantis’ previous CFO, Laurie Wilson.
The donation is part of the credit union’s Green Horizons initiative, which empowers members, employees, and the community to fight climate change.
OCCU was a sponsor for Relief Nursery’s inaugural event “Dodge for a Cause,” benefitting local families in crisis.
Special Olympics programs in serving markets receive $51,000 from the credit union.
Dolphin King brings an energetic leadership style to her role combined with extensive experience in corporate and consumer financing.
The winner of the competition will receive $1,000 and a chance to present their idea to the statewide Sound Credit Union FinTech Incubator Challenge.
CapEd HSA will help businesses and individuals navigate the health insurance landscape that becomes seemingly more complex (and costly) each year.