With the committee deadline cutoff passed and the Associationâ€™s bills moving forward, it is time for a quick civics lesson on how ideas become law in Salem.
The board meeting on April 21 resulted in changes to Corporate Credit Union rule, Corporate CUSO powers, and Supervisory Committee and Appeals rights. It also provided an update on the health of the NCUSIF.
Fed Proposes Rule Under Reg. Z Pertaining to Ability to Repay Mortgage and Minimum Underwriting Standards
The proposal would apply to all consumer mortgages except home equity lines of credit, timeshare plans, reverse mortgages, or temporary loans.
Autoland Solutionâ€™s president outlines various trends in the automobile market, including higher prices for Japanese cars following the tragic earthquake and tsunami.
The proposed rules from the Fed and the FTC will come into effective on July 21, 2011, as part of the credit score disclosure requirements in the Dodd-Frank Act.
These funds will go to the Doernbecher Childrenâ€™s Hospital in support of new facilities, equipment, research, and patient programs.
The new partner will help credit union members purchase vehicles. Lunch & Learn sessions will be held throughout the region.
Three Northwest credit union professionals were among the graduates of the intensive, week-long Credit Union Development Education training held in Madison, Wis.
The business week programs introduce teens to business concepts, and are a valuable opportunity for credit unions to give back to the community.
The webinar will outline the Associationâ€™s new chapter support program, including liaisons, a new website, and a new chapter excellence award.
A credit union professional is up for a national award and a chapter is holding a fundraiser for a Tacoma-area hospital. Plus more meeting announcements.