Corporate Corner is a series of articles that will examine various aspects of the corporate credit union crisis and the NCUAâ€™s plans to resolve the issue and stabilize the industry.
Late Tuesday morning, June 15, the Federal Reserve Board published the final rules implementing the third (and last) phase of the Credit CARD Act. The rules are effective on August 22, 2010.
Weâ€™ve crashed the CUNA GAC, are fresh off a crash of the CUNA/WOCCU 1 Conference in Las Vegas and now weâ€™re coming to Washington State. Be prepared, to see something a bit different this September at the Washington Credit Union League Evolve & Emerge Convention: young blood.
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.
Jump$tart Washington is organizing the first Washington Money Smart Week Campaign, a public awareness campaign designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances. It begins April 25.
NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz will host a Town Hall in Portland, Oregon, on October 5, 2010, in an effort to foster two-way communication and discuss developments affecting both natural person and corporate credit unions.
The Washington Credit Union League and the Credit Union Association of Oregon Board of Directors have set the dates and times for the August Town Hall meetings to discuss the proposed merger of the two trade groups.
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.
The Washington Credit Union League and the Oregon Credit Union Association will begin Town Hall meetings next week to discuss the proposed merger of the two trade groups.
The Senate on Thursday passed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Financial Protection Act—the comprehensive financial reform bill that Congress has been working on for over a year.
New trade group rolls out identity following board affirmation of member vote.
Frank J. Diekmann ponders a new standard for explaining the credit union difference to his taxi driver in New Orleans.
Cities have been tentatively chosen for Washington credit unions to discuss and provide feedback about the proposed merger of the Washington Credit Union League and the Credit Union Association of Oregon. They include Longview, Yakima, Spokane, Bellingham, Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia.