The recession knocked the Lopez family down – but their credit union gave them a leg up.
It’s in the Clackamas FCU DNA to be foundational to the local economy in English—and Spanish.
A Northwest woman starts a pre-school from the ground up – with the help of her credit union.
An independent economic study finds that Washington and Oregon credit unions drove a positive, $7.7 billion impact on the region’s economy last year
Washington’s credit unions drove a positive, $5.5 billion impact on the state’s economy last year, according to a just-released, independent economic analysis performed by ECONorthwest
Oregon’s credit unions drove a positive, $2.2 billion impact on the state’s economy in 2016, according to an independent economic analysis performed by ECONorthwest.
Through a unique partnership with Strategic Link, the respected economic consultancy is offering services tailored to credit unions.
The recent Northwest credit union economic impact study found $352 million in direct member benefits. Here’s what that means.
With family-wage jobs, direct member benefits, and strong business activities, credit unions’ impact adds up.
Our comprehensive toolkit is full of valuable resources for you to easily share the impact of Northwest credit unions.
An in depth study will document the impact Northwest credit unions have on their local economies. Attendees to Amplify Convention will be the first to see the data.
NWCUA President/CEO Troy Stang has shared the ECONorthwest study with President Obama. In a letter sent to the White House this week, Stang discredits the bank lobby’s claims about credit unions’ tax model.
An economic study of national and northwest data discredits the bank lobby’s claims that credit unions should lose their corporate tax exemption. The ECONorthwest report finds that credit unions’ tax status does not give them an unfair competitive advantage over banks.