A flood of members joined credit unions because of Bank Transfer Day five years ago. Where are they now? How have their financial lives improved? Share their stories for the anniversary.
As the finalist list moves from 15 to five, young credit union professionals from Oregon and Washington advanced.
Small credit unions are finding secret sauce in the age of a sharing economy, while also struggling with sustainability in the age of consolidation. The Small Credit Union Round Table kicking off Amplify 2015 will focus on those issues.
Marketer Derek Gillette offers five practical tips for branding and marketing on a budget. Get his “Branding Without a Budget” ebook for free here.
Members of both credit unions will benefit from more branches, better offerings, and a stronger overall position.
Newly sworn-in NCUA board member Mark McWatters shared five areas of focus on Wednesday, including regulatory relief, low-income services and diversity.
A new pricing structure and improved video-conferencing capabilities will make it possible for more credit union professionals to attend the NWCUA’s Networking Councils in 2014. Membership packages are available now, and registration for Council sessions begins Jan. 27.
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber is expected to sign a package of five bills aimed at providing more money for education, senior programs, and other state services after the state Senate gave its approval Wednesday to the legislation.
Fifteen Northwest credit union professionals were among 89 graduating from the Western CUNA Management School. The Lambda Class of 2013 included five high honors students from the Northwest.
More than 200 Washington consumers have opened Save to Win accounts since the program launched just a month ago. The first cash prize drawings will put $50 into the hands of five lucky winners May 14.
Peter Walker, a regional branch manager for OSU Federal Credit Union, is one of five finalists for the 2012 CUES “Next Top Credit Union Executive” challenge. He will travel to Florida in early November for the final round of judging.
Five Oregon credit unions have submitted the required notice and paperwork with the Oregon State Treasury to allow them to accept and safely hold large public fund deposits. New collateral protection will allow credit unions to accept public deposits above the current $250,000 beginning April 1, 2013.
Five credit union professionals from the Northwest recently earned the title of Credit Union Development Educator: Steve Pagenstecher (Valley), Teresa Shively (Gesa), Sasha Kemble (Verity), Mitzi Smith (Maps) and Josh Bergman (WSECU).
Catalyst Corporate Credit Union offers three simple strategies to help credit unions maximize investment returns in 2012.
Between increasing regulatory pressure and an influx of new members greater than any in history, 2011 was a memorable year for credit unions. Five stories stood out as events that shaped 2011 for the Oregon and Washington credit union community.
CUNA Mutual Group’s Stephanie Christensen writes about the unique opportunity presented by the new liquidity resulting from mass consumer deposit shifts.
The NWCUAâ€™s Regulatory Advocacy team works with state and federal regulators to help reduce the regulatory burden on credit unions and protect the credit union movement. Included here are updates on the Oregon Public Funds Program and same-day clearing house services.
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