While national politics dominated TV screens, the Chapter’s legislative dinner focused on credit union advocacy.
CFPB to focus on mortgages, prepaid cards and payday loans; certificate account compliance question; and legal briefs.
The NWCUA learned that the regulator is taking comments on RBC seriously. Expect new proposal and separate rule for interest rate risk.
Lenders will learn about the impact of looming qualified mortgage rules on their loan originations, collectors will get an overview of the judicial foreclosure process and marketers will learn how to more effectively use their websites and social media in November, when the NWCUA convenes its next round of fall councils in Beaverton.
Registration is now open for the Credit Union Development Education (DE) training scheduled for the week of Sept. 4, 2013. Scholarships for the six-day total immersion experience are available through the Northwest Credit Union Foundation.
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.
Spokane and Vancouver will see special elections to permanently fill seats left by former senator Bob McCaslin and former Representative Jim Jacks.