NWCUA to Convene Credit Unions, State, and Federal Regulators

Virtual panel May 29 will allow credit union and agency leaders to discuss regulation in the age of COVID-19.

Patti Perkins to Take Reins as Idaho Department of Finance Director

Perkins has served in business and human resources roles in the banking industry for 30 years.

National Award-Winning Regulator Mary Hughes on What’s to Come for Credit Unions

The 2019 Pierre Jay Award-winning regulator talks with Anthem about credit unions’ advancements and opportunities.

Idaho Regulator Mary Hughes Honored by NASCUS with the 2019 Pierre Jay Award

As she prepares to receive her national honor, Hughes reflects on three decades of service to the financial services industry.

Memorandum Directs Independent Agencies to Submit New Regulations for Review Prior to Release

NWCUA’s Vice President of Regulatory Advocacy, John Trull, shares insights on the directive and encourages next steps.

Solarity Credit Union CEO, Mina Worthington, Appointed as Advisor to the Federal Reserve

The former NWCUA board member will serve on the 12th District Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council.

Northwest Credit Union Leadership Encouraged on CFPB Advisory Council

The Bureau is again standing up a Credit Union Advisory Council, and applications are due May 5.

Charlie Clark Tapped to Lead Washington Department of Financial Institutions

Clark has served the DFI for 14 years, most recently as Deputy Director.

Collaboration Between Credit Unions and NWCUA Moves the Needle on the Regulatory Front

Whether for the greater good or an individual credit union’s needs, your Association’s Regulatory Advocacy team goes the distance to remove regulatory barriers.

Gloria Papiez Announces Retirement from Washington Department of Financial Institutions

Papiez served in state government for 35 years; more than 18 in the DFI.

NWCUA Commercial Services Council Reviews Rulemaking Related to Regulatory Bill S.2155

Providing input to regulators even when legislation is favorable is important in continued work to remove regulatory barriers.

NWCUA-Backed Oregon Legislation Reducing Number of Required Board Meetings Moves Closer to Implementation

The rule is expected to result in cost savings and flexibility for credit unions and their boards.

Washington State DFI Names Amy Hunter New Credit Union Regulator

Former Gambling Commission Deputy Director succeeds Linda Jekel, bringing more than 20 years of regulatory agency experience.