House Bill 1327—public funds for credit unions—has been referred to the Senate Financial Institutions, Housing & Insurance Committee.
The Fed Proposes Amendments to Regulation CC Regarding Collection of Checks and Availability of Funds
The Federal Reserve Board requested public comment on proposed amendments to Regulation CC to encourage banks to clear and return checks electronically, add provisions that govern electronic items cleared through the check-collection system, and shorten the “exception” hold periods on deposited funds.
Southwest Bridge Corporate Federal Credit Union will host four Town Hall meetings in the Northwest this month to provide member credit unions another opportunity to obtain information about the proposed consolidation of Southwest Bridge Corporate and Georgia Corporate.
Western CUNA Management School (WCMS) is now accepting applications for the 2011 session.
Two reports by the Credit Union Timesâ€™ Jim Rubenstein this week placed Washington in the middle of what may be examples of trends in strategic mergers between credit unions with multi-state operations.
Ninety-six exhibitors and a variety of fun events are waiting for participants in the 2010 Washington Credit Union Leagueâ€™s Convention and Annual Business Meeting Sept. 14-16 in SeaTac.
The Washington Credit Union Foundation has extended the application deadline for its Cycle 2 Scholarship Program. Prospective applicants now have until next Friday, July 16 to submit their application for all training events between August 2 and December 31, 2010.
Gesa Credit Union earns Best of Show with â€œDitch & Switchâ€ campaign. See their amazing television ads and other photos from the Awards luncheon.
On Friday, September 24, the NCUA took action on the corporate credit union issue. These actions are extremely complicated and still being interpreted by the credit union industry.
The Washington Credit Union League wrapped up its 2010 Convention and Annual Business Meeting last week with what some are calling the best Summit Awards celebration in recent memory.
In the absence of challengers for the 2010 elections, four directors retained their seats on the Washington Credit Union League (WCUL) Board after that body accepted the slate of candidates presented by the Nominating Committee.