The Strategic Link betaSpace partner announced a new website recently, and is hosting a webinar on how credit unions can take member transactional data and put it to good use listening and responding to member needs.
NWCUA Strategic Link partner CSCU talks about moving away from the physical card and going digital.
The 2016 Northwest Credit Union Association Committee and Task Force network has launched. Nearly 200 credit union professionals are engaged in helping to shape policy, programs, and advocacy efforts.
Kennedy was honored by the Future Business Leaders of America for her voluntary efforts to spread financial literacy and support young leaders.
Careful management and improving economy have driven assessment projections into the negative, says Matz.
The scholarship, sponsored by Strategic Link, gives Henderson free tuition to transformational leadership program.
An expert in future studies plans to “infect as many change agents as possible” from the stage at Amplify Convention this fall. Andy Hines, a futurist and executive-in-residence at the University of Houston, is among keynote speakers headlining the NWCUA’s annual convention in Spokane.
Credit union CEOs and their leadership teams can mix business with pleasure at the 2014 CUES Council/NWCUA Executive Summit, which will be held July 30-Aug. 1 at the beautiful Sunriver Resort in central Oregon. Reservations are being accepted now.
Woodstone Credit Union President/CEO Susan Streifel and other members of CUNA’s executive committee talk about the long-term implications of the NCUA’s Risk-Based Capital proposal in a new video that urges credit unions to get involved in the nationwide effort to improve the rule.
With 2013 in the rear-view mirror, Anthem asked Northwest credit union presidents and CEOs to reflect on the past, consider what lies ahead and talk about the challenges — and the opportunities — that await credit unions in 2014. Today: Amy Nelson and Nick Hodson, co-CEOs of Point West Credit Union.
With the word ‘interim’ gone from his title, Gesa Credit Union President/CEO Don Miller says that one of the best ways he can serve members in the future “is to truly listen to them. After all, this is their credit union.”
Doug Page became president and CEO of Great NorthWest Federal Credit Union on Jan. 1. Last week, he sat down with Anthem to reflect on his nearly 20 years at Great NorthWest and talk about what he sees in the credit union’s future.
When he was named president and CEO of Verity Credit Union last month, John Zmolek talked about continuing “Verity’s mission of enhancing members’ lives.” Anthem asked him to expand on that idea, to reflect for a moment on his time at Verity, and to tell us what he sees in the credit union’s future.
Northwest credit unions cheered the news this week that there will be no Corporate Stabilization Fund assessment in 2014, saying the decision by the National Credit Union Administration “demonstrates the resiliency of the credit union system.”
The New Age of credit union banking is here as Rob Rubin lends his financial clairvoyance at the 2013 NWCUA/CUES Executive Summit at Sunriver Resort July 24-26. Rubin is widely quoted in national media and has recently published acclaimed research on “effortless” online banking for Gen Y consumers.
Andy Hines, Notable Futurist at the University of Houston Graduate Program, Slated to Speak at the NWCUA Volunteers’ Conference
Futurist Andy Hines will address credit union directors at the NWCUA Volunteers’ Conference this week. Hines believes technology, economic, environmental and other financial trends bode well for credit unions.
Northwest credit unions will have a strong national voice on CUNA committees this year. Fourteen credit union leaders have been appointed to committees that help to determine future policy and advocacy positions.
When Global Credit Union publicly launched its new brand last month, it unveiled a new look and a new strategic vision that together embody the foundations of both the credit union itself and the broader credit union movement.