Also, this week’s legal briefs from around the Federal landscape, and your compliance question answered.
The change will affect credit unions’ OSOS public web searches, or copies of OSOS filed documents.
For the first time in more than a decade, Oregon’s seat on the FHLB Board of Directors will be occupied by a credit union representative. OnPoint’s Rob Stuart joins BECU’s Benson Porter on the board in January.
NCUA recently published a second field of membership proposal, with comments due December 9.
The public review preceded a Board vote on the agency’s two-year budget, scheduled for Nov. 17. Public comment may be submitted until Nov. 4.
In one of her first acts as Board Chair for Your Association, Brooke Van Vleet, President & CEO of St. Helens Community Credit Union, has issued a call for credit union professionals to engage in service through NWCUA committees.
The regulator is now accepting comments and requests to attend budget briefing via email through Nov. 4.
NWCUA will provide a full suite of Association products, services, and programming to ICUL member credit unions.
More than 150 credit unions, 500 Movement leaders, and 100 business partners gathered for the three day convention to share ideas, learn the newest operational solutions for their members, and glimpse at 2017 and beyond during Your Association’s Annual Business Meeting.
Canepa Bang is EVP, Industry Relations for Strategic Link partner CO-OP Financial Services.
Remembering Terry Belcoe, Former Association Board Member, Longtime CU Advocate & Fixture of Skagit, WA
The North Coast Credit Union President and CEO leaves behind two daughters and a lofty legacy as a community leader in Washington.
Applications must be received by October 14.
Matz, the only person to ever serve two different terms on the NCUA board, resigned in April.
She joins Diana Dykstra, President and CEO of the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues to the World Council Board.
The meeting also featured a quarterly update on the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund.
Herrera is the SVP for Hispanic and Latino affairs at Durham, N.C.-based Self-Help Credit Union, and previously served as a Commissioner for the North Carolina Credit Union Commission.
The addition would represent ‘sensitivity to market risk,’ and will require changes to NCUA systems.
Northwest credit unions continue to lead the way by many metrics, according to the NCUA quarterly report released last week.