Compliance Center: VISA card issuers must offer transaction alert capability by October; also, question on FFIEC Cyber security Assessment Tool and legal briefs.
WA DFI releases guidance on indirect lending for state-chartered credit unions; your question answered on Equal Opportunity Notice signage; plus this week’s legal briefs.
Credit Unions around the Northwest—and around the country—celebrated Financial Fitness Day on April 6. Here is a rundown of the stories shared on social media with the #FinancialFitnessDay hashtag.
Eighteen Northwest credit unions are getting welcoming news from the Northwest Credit Union Association this week—they’ve won Spectrum Marketing Awards. The honors will be presented in Portland April 7, with the Marketers Conference scheduled the following day.
NCUA Chair Debbie Matz announced she will step down April 30. On her watch, credit unions hit the 100 million membership and $1 trillion asset benchmarks.
A “casual day” in your credit union on April 6 can help to support the financial education initiatives of both the Northwest Credit Union Foundation and the National Credit Union Foundation.
The grant will help fund an innovative one-day Northwest credit union event teaching high school students the fundamentals of sound financial decision making.
NCUA agenda set; your question answered on charging fee for dormancy; plus this week’s legal briefs.
Credit union bills are headed to the governor as the legislative session comes to an end. A special session may be necessary to pass a budget.
NWCUA continues working on top priorities as the committee deadline hits and minimum wage bills are heard.
Final rule on homeownership counseling lists; question answered on CIP; plus this week’s legal briefs.
With credit union bills already passed houses of origin, Oregon Legislature approaches deadline for other bills.
Financial education resource guide published by CFPB; your question answered about using power of attorney to access account after death; plus this week’s legal briefs.
Both credit union priority bills passed the Washington State Legislature and will be sent to the governor to be signed into law.
Important cyber-security statements; your question answered on the SAFE Act de minimus exception; plus this week’s legal briefs.
Want to easily help raise awareness of credit unions’ financial education activities as well as support them? Here is your chance.
Volunteers wanted for event to teach high school students the basics of budgeting and personal finance, hosted by Fibre Federal.
Winter and spring trainings are filling up fast for “one of the most transformative and unique credit union training events offered.”