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BECU Opens First Burien Neighborhood Financial Center

Financial center will bring convenient financial services to more than 21,000 BECU members in Burien, Washington.

BECU is Closing its Doors for Good

While the credit union remains closed for the first half of a day this October, its employees will teach financial literacy in schools all over Washington.

BECU Announces Plan to Pay Stipends to Officials

BECU, the nation’s fourth-largest credit union, has informed members of its intent to begin offering stipends to directors and Audit Committee members in 2014. Annual stipends will range from $14,000 to $25,000, depending on position and committee service.

BECU Provides Voice and Visibility to the Good Work of Members

BECU won a 2012 Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Award for its Member Volunteer of the Year Award and Donation Project, which recognizes and encourages its members’ exceptional charitable contributions.

BECU’s Efforts to Combat Fraud Earn National Praise and Inaccurate Media Reports

Proactive work combatting fraud and identity theft has often left BECU, the nation’s fourth-largest credit union, unfairly associated with such cases in the media.

BECU’s Gary Oakland Wins Credit Union Foundations’ Mark of Excellence Award

As CEO at BECU, Gary Oakland has navigated recessions, strikes and the housing market meltdown while growing assets to $9.5 billion and membership to more than 700,000, and he will be recognized with the Mark of Excellence honor next month.