Your Association has updated its social media messaging examples to reflect current volunteer, advocacy, member benefit and public awareness work. Credit union marketing teams are encouraged to use the updated tools.
Modernizations to privacy notification requirements, opening of FHLB membership to privately insured credit unions, and changes to the CFPB’s treatment of “rural” areas were all signed into law as part of a comprehensive highway bill.
A wine tasting tour by helicopter was just one of the amazing items bid on at the annual Credit Unions for Kids Auction, which also included the traditional red wagons—with a twist.
Learn why credit unions trust The Trust for the best in employee benefits. Plus valuable updates from CUNA Mutual Group, LSC, and CSCU!
The Partnership provides teachers with the tools and training to teach students personal financial management.
Beginning with the preservation of the credit union tax exemption and charging through mid-term elections, credit unions fought and won important battles in 2014.
Recent leadership changes in the Northwest show that succession planning is not only critical, it can add value to operations and help attract and retain top talent. Amplify speaker to share strategy.
Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley recently met with credit union leaders. He shared his vision to reform Senate practices and discussed examples of how the regulatory burden impacts credit unions and members.
The NWCUA’s dinner and auction benefitting Credit Unions for Kids is less than a month away. Deadline for auction donations extended to September 26 to raise record amounts of money for the kids.
Credit unions must be open to the concept of “unlearning” and be willing to conduct “business as unusual” if they hope to be successful in the future, renowned global futurist Jack Uldrich believes. He’ll explore how technological trends will transform the world of 2020 at Catalyst Corporate’s Accelerating Success Conference next month.
April and September sessions of the National Credit Union Foundation’s Development Education program are filling up fast. The training can be “transformative,” recent graduates say.
What happens when a credit union executive, a state legislator and the NWCUA’s vice president for legislative advocacy decide to visit every one of the credit union’s branches together and talk to every one of its employees about the importance of spreading the “Don’t Tax” message? That’s what Harborstone Credit Union did, and it’s already reaping big rewards.
U.S. Rep. Denny Heck became the first member of the Washington delegation to add his name to the Capital Access for Small Businesses and Jobs Act this week, saying “supplemental capital lets us avoid the perverse situation of successful credit unions having to turn away deposits.”
Health care reform has triggered changes employers need to make. Some of the deadlines and opportunities are immediate. A checklist of important steps should be on your action plan now.