Northwest Credit Union Association Honors Top Regional Movement Leaders; CUNA-Award Winning Credit Unions
The Northwest Credit Union Association honored its member credit unions at Thursday night’s gala awards banquet, closing out the Association’s annual MAXX Convention.
Credit unions from the Northwest engaged in spirited and competitive bidding to support their six Northwest Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals during the Hollywood Glamour Auction.
Troy Stang, President & CEO of the Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA) shared his strategic vision for “2017 and Beyond” with hundreds of movement leaders who attended the annual MAXX Convention in SeaTac, Washington last week.
Northwest Credit Union Association, Idaho Credit Union League Announce Two Year Strategic Management Alliance
The Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA) and the Idaho Credit Union League (ICUL) have announced a two-year Strategic Alliance management agreement. Effective January 1, 2017, the NWCUA will provide executive leadership, professional development, compliance, public relations, regulatory and advocacy support to ICUL’s member credit unions.
While scores of volunteers worked to clean up old toy closets, sorting stacks of books and laying soft foam mats on hard concrete, the handful of preschoolers at Northeast Youth Center in Hillyard were upstairs, learning how to color between the lines.
Insight into the CFPB order for improper debt collection, along with your Compliance question answered, and legal briefs from the federal landscape.
Field of Membership, Supplemental Capital and the budget make for a big week at NCUA… Enforcement action highlights importance of UDAAP advocacy… Massachusetts enacts prize-linked savings… TCPA lawsuit oral arguments span for nearly three hours… and President Obama sent a presidential greeting on International Credit Union Day.
Troy Stang, President and CEO of the NWCUA, spoke to the Public News Service on International Credit Union Day.
MESA—or matched education savings accounts—allow credit unions to bridge the gap between students and educational opportunity.
Financial reality fairs were held across the Northwest to celebrate International Credit Union Day, while Spokane credit unions broke out tools for a playground build. Some Oregon fairs also featured a Proclamation from Gov. Kate Brown recognizing credit unions’ contributions to the state.
The regulator is now accepting comments and requests to attend budget briefing via email through Nov. 4.
Employees partnered with Community Action Team on Columbus Day.
The four separate events were held in Corvallis, North Albany, and Keizer serving more than 1,400 vehicles and shredding more than 28 tons of sensitive materials.