ICUL Board of Directors Nominating Committee Named

The Nominating Committee will screen candidates for the next Idaho Credit Union League Board of Directors election.

Point West Credit Union’s Amy Nelson, a Finalist for CU Hero of the Year

For her work leading Point West Credit Union through net worth restoration and service to the underserved, Amy Nelson is one of four national finalists.

News & Notes From Around the Northwest: Dream Jobs at Credit Unions and Community Impact

Rouge, Maps among Oregon’s top places to work, Point West x3 in national spotlight, and NW credit unions give back.

Compliance Update: What Credit Unions Need to Know About New Washington Driver’s Licenses

The Washington State Department of Licensing began rolling out a new driver’s license online system.

Harland Clarke Offers Tips to Uncover Account Holders’ Needs

Want to unlock greater profit potential? Strategic Link partner Harland Clarke says, talk to your account holders.

CU Bill Advances in Washington Legislature; One Step Closer to Governor

Senate passes legislation to update the Washington State Credit Union Act.

Branching Out; NW Credit Unions Expand and Remodel

Northwest credit unions don’t seem to be buying the argument that technology has replaced the branch. Two credit unions share news this week of branch expansions and remodels.

CO-OP Miracle Match is Found Money for Credit Unions for Kids

Miracle Match is a $1 million philanthropic matching program helping credit unions, leagues, and Chapters.

Chapter News: Fundraising for Veterans and Making Community Impact as a Brand

The Central Oregon Chapter helps local veterans, while the King County Chapter plans an impact branding workshop.

NWCUA Board of Directors Nominating Committee Named

The Nominating Committee will screen candidates for the next Northwest Credit Union Association Board of Directors election.

News & Notes From Around the Northwest: CU Community Impact and Talented Employees

Providence, Gesa making a difference; Rogue employee recognition; Oregon State promotions.

Compliance Center: Implications of New Mexico Lawsuit Addressing Set-off Rights

What does the outcome of a lawsuit against Zia Credit Union in New Mexico, mean for Northwest Credit Unions? Our legal eagles break it down. Plus, this week’s Compliance Question of the Week and Legal Briefs.

Branches Remain a Valuable Component of Member Service

Strategic Link partner CO-OP details how the shared branching model is ideal for credit unions now, and into the future.