Autoland Solutionâ€™s president outlines how changing demographics are affecting the automarket and your credit union.
David Wuâ€™s announcement comes after allegations of improper relations with a contributorâ€™s daughter.
Northwest credit unions will lose millions of dollars in interest income as the result of the forced early redemption of term certificates deposited in WesCorp.
Michael Barr, a former Treasury staff who helped to draft the Dodd-Frank Act, will speak at this yearâ€™s Convention about the effect of the new law and other legislative overhauls that will change the financial system.
Oregonians CEO Chuck Garner says he and his credit union have many concerns about the unintended consequences of the Dodd-Frank Act, which was signed into law one year ago.
Woodstoneâ€™s Susan Streifel was recognized with the Jim Likens Alumni Award, while 13 NW professionals were part of the Class of 2011.
Bob Schumacherâ€™s 34-year credit union career began with CUNA and Affiliates in 1977, and included stops at the Florida and Washington Credit Union Leagues.
At the Association’s urging, the NCUA chairman pulled a net worth and equity ratio proposal from consideration at the July meeting in order for additional comment and review by the agency.
Can I charge any fees due to dormancy or inactivity, or stop paying interest on a dormant account?
Harland Clarke explains how financial institutions can better protect themselves against ongoing security threats, while maintaining trust relationships with members and third-party vendors.
Bauer Financial and Highline Financial found that 26 percent of Washington-based banks and 20 percent of Oregon-based banks are considered problematic or troubled.