While it’s president and CEO was earning a volunteerism award, Providence FCU is named one of Oregon’s best 100 green companies to work for.
Applications are due in two weeks for Cycle 2 events occurring from August 1 through December 31, 2011.
The plan adopted would allow credit unions a choice to prepay some their Corporate Stabilization Fund assessment. A free webinar explaining the plan is scheduled for July 11.
As the job market recovers, many employees are considering making a job change and employers are becoming worried about retaining top talent.
The House and Senate return are in session this week to deal with the debt ceiling after the White House warned that failure to act on the issue before the government could default on its debt payments.
The FFIEC issued a supplement to the Authentication in an Internet Banking Environment guidance to reinforce the risk-management framework and update the FFIEC member agenciesâ€™ supervisory expectations.
This yearâ€™s road show will outline a redistricting plan, highlight various Association achievements, and address membership concerns.
Spokane and Vancouver will see special elections to permanently fill seats left by former senator Bob McCaslin and former Representative Jim Jacks.
What is the difference between the FACT Act rules for risk based pricing notices published by the Federal Reserve board (12 CFR 222) and those by the Federal Trade Commission (16 CFR 640)?
As the regulatory environment continues to evolve within the credit union marketplace, itâ€™s important to understand emerging regulations and how they impact your credit union and members.
The long-awaited end to the 2011 Oregon Legislative Session came last Thursday afternoon after six months of debate. Oregon Credit Unions had a lot of â€œwinsâ€ in what will be remembered as a session of compromise.