Convention speaker Rory Rowland outlines how credit unions can address with underperforming boards without the use of term limits, which can also eliminate quality leadership.
Treasury’s guidance allows credit unions to honor crime victimsâ€™ wish to keep their addresses secret, while also complying with Bank Secrecy Act provisions.
CPA Daren B. Tanner clarifies recent changes to Troubled Debt Restructuring after FASB released a new update.
With the retailers engaged in a 60-day grassroots campaign including a DC fly-in next week, credit unions absolutely cannot let up communications with our senators on interchange.
After several weeks of work behind the scenes by the Association, the Oregon credit union bill, SB 177, was passed out of committee and now heads to the next few days.
The Washington State Legislature adjourned its special session last Wednesday after approving the $32.2 billion state operating budget, which swept $9m from DFI.
This award recognizes chapters for their contributions to the success of the credit union movement in the Northwest.
In a teleconference last week, the NCUA made two key clarifications about its voluntary Corporate Stabilization prepayment program, which is currently out for comment.
DFI has scheduled a free webinar to answer questions about the application, approval, and on-line reporting process for Washington state-chartered credit unions choosing to become qualified public depositaries.
Is a garnishment order written by an attorney subject to the new rules regarding protecting Federal Benefits Payments from garnishment?
Harland Clarke explains how knowing what inspires small-business owners, such as a drive for profit or a desire for work-life balance, can increase your chances of selling products to them.
The Association asks CUs and their members to contact senators through letters, Facebook, calls, and local town-hall meetings, a list of which are in this article.