The NWCUA Convention and Annual Business Meeting agenda is packed with over 30 workshops designed to improve credit unionâ€™s compliance, management of loan portfolios and volunteer boardsâ€™ understanding of complex regulations. Four nationally-known speakers will share insight to regulations, effective marketing, technology and grassroots lobbying. The national-level resources are offered at regional-level pricing.
Category: Business Solutions
Over-regulation, compliance, staff training and growing business in a highly competitive landscape mean always-full plates for credit union leadership. Town hall meetings have been scheduled around the region so membership can have an open dialogue with the Associationâ€™s leadership, as well as learn more about the redistricting plan.
This Washington legislative update covers the various initiatives on the ballot in November, including tolling and privatizing liquor stores.
Attendees of Ron Rosenbergâ€™s session at Convention will be entered for a 30 minute review of websites and other marketing materials.
The webinar will feature representatives from the Credit Union National Association, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and CMG Mortgage Insurance Company, and will encourage comment by the August 1 deadline.
The long-awaited end to the 2011 Oregon Legislative Session came last Thursday afternoon after six months of debate. Oregon Credit Unions had a lot of â€œwinsâ€ in what will be remembered as a session of compromise.
According to the June 6 letter, the NCUA’s regulations provide share insurance coverage for a member’s IRAs up to $250,000 that is separate from the member’s other accounts at the same credit union.
Ferris Bueller, the main character of the eponymous movie, said: â€œLife moves pretty fast.” Danielle Brown, the Associationâ€™s head of member relations, knows what he meant.
Two week extension will allow time to prepare and refine Marketing & Communications entries.
In keeping with the agencyâ€™s goal of increasing volunteer education, this module introduces financial statement concepts to board members with non-financial backgrounds.
Your update on the regulatory landscape.
A full overview of the May 19 meeting includes the Boardâ€™s actions on indemnification provisions, prepayment of corporate stabilization fund assessments, and a rule clarifying the temporary unlimited deposit insurance mandated by Dodd Frank.
It is not too late to contact the Congressional delegation about interchange, or add something to your website encouraging your members to email their legislators. Please continue to push the Call to Action!
Since January 2009, thousands of pages of regulations and rules have been issued by various agencies, including the Federal Reserve and NCUA, that credit unions must comply with.
With Congress in recess, take the opportunity to see your legislators in person and remind them of the need to stop, study, and start over with interchange regulations.
The business week programs introduce teens to business concepts, and are a valuable opportunity for credit unions to give back to the community.
The Associationâ€™s credit union modernization bill received its work session yesterday, where it received a unanimous due pass recommendation, following three amendments.
Activity on Legislation afftecting Washington State credit unions.