The Association unveiled a moving video tribute to John Annaloro at the end of Thursday night’s Summit Awards Dinner. Annaloro was the CEO of the Washington League for 13 years and of the merged NWCUA for two, and he is widely credited as the architect of Washington’s progressive credit union climate.
Recognizing retiring CEO John Annaloro for his 15 years of leadership was top bill at the NWCUA’s Annual Business Meeting on Tuesday afternoon. President Troy Stang officially assumed CEO duties during the meeting.
The NWCUA’s 2012 Convention and Annual Business Meeting kicks off today, with first-day highlights including the Annual Business Meeting and the presentation of the Advocacy Awards.
As part of this morning’s NCUA board meeting, the agency proposed changing the definition of a “small credit union” to include those with up to $30 million in assets, up from the $10 million threshold established in 2003.
NWCUA CEO John Annaloro announced this week that he will retire this fall, passing the baton to incoming President and CEO Troy Stang at the Annual Business Meeting on Oct. 2. Here, we share his parting words to the Northwest credit union professionals he was worked with for the past 15 years.
After leading the move to open the field of credit union membership and helping to create Washington State’s nationally admired state charter, John Annaloro has announced his retirement from the Northwest Credit Union Association.
Northwest credit union membership increases have outpaced national gains, as well as both regional and national population growth, prompting NWCUA CEO John Annaloro to call the region one of the greatest places in America to be a credit union.
As 2011 comes to a close, the executive office of the NWCUA would like to take a moment to reflect on an eventful 2011 and prepare for what’s to come in 2012.
With a House subcommittee hearing scheduled for Wednesday on the subject, Anthem asked CEO John Annaloro about the history of credit union business lending and about how the MBL cap came into being.
NWCUA CEO John Annaloro and President Troy Stang personally visited with credit union leaders throughout Washington and Oregon, giving member CEOs the opportunity to gather information and weigh in on a variety of issues impacting the credit union movement.
A report released by Bloomberg this week revealed that the Federal Reserve secretly loaned more than $1.2 trillion, confirming published predictions made in recent years by NWCUA CEO John Annaloro.
Association Town Hall Series Off to Strong Start; Still Additional Opportunities to Attend Next Week
The Northwest Credit Union Associationâ€™s senior management team is on the road for a series of Town Hall Meetings with the CEOs of our member credit unions. The Series is off to a strong start, and participantsâ€™ suggestions are already being acted upon.
Fourteen credit union leaders graduated from the Northwest Credit Union Associationâ€™s Business Lending School last week. As members of the second class to complete the intense program, they are part of an expert business lending pool with training unsurpassed elsewhere in the country. Verityâ€™s John Zmolek was the top graduate.
Ten Town Hall Meetings beginning next week will give Washington and Oregon CEOs the opportunity to weigh in on regulation, advocacy, government budget wrangling and other issues impacting the credit union movement. Northwest Credit Union Association CEO John Annaloro and President Troy Stang will personally visit with the credit union leaders in convenient locations throughout the states.
The ad, which airs on broadcast and cable stations in the Washington, DC area, talks about the domino effect on consumers from the â€œ$12 billion paydayâ€ that law makers gave retailers under the Durbin Amendment.
Voices of the credit union movement, in Washington and beyond.