UPDATED: CUNA Mutual Launches Intuitive New Risk Insight Tool

Credit union executives get a quick, clear, high-level overview of their risk areas to help guide strategic planning.

CO-OP: Credit Card Program Integration Not Just for Members

In this Q&A with CO-OP Financial Services’ VP of credit issuer processing, she shares insights into making credit card program integration work for the credit union as well as the member.

Small Credit Union Roundtable, NWCUA/CUES Leadership Symposium Will Explore Talent Wars and Operations Efficiencies

Nationally acclaimed experts and Northwest credit union leaders will outline clear strategies for credit unions to win talent-recruiting wars and leverage regulatory and revenue opportunities Nov. 5-6 at the Small Credit Union Roundtable and NWCUA/CUES Leadership Symposium.

Quarter of NW Banks Problematic, say Rating Agencies

Bauer Financial and Thomson Reuters Bank Insight found that 16 percent of Oregon and Washington-based banks are considered problematic or troubled.

Telling the Credit Union Story and Outstanding PR Added to Marketers’ Conference Agenda

Resources to help credit unions tell their community investment and member benefit stories will be highlighted at the Marketers’ Conference in Portland May 8-9. Attendees will also hear from Northwest peers who are successfully navigating change with outstanding public relations plans. Those are new additions to an agenda which already includes nationally recognized speakers and the Spectrum Marketing Awards dinner.

How to Grow Your Credit Union’s Lending Portfolio in Today’s Competitive Marketplace

Has your credit union implemented the right analytics to successfully drive its lending strategies? Can your credit union meet compliance standards and still experience loan portfolio growth in 2013? Lending Insights is hosting an hour-long webinar on Jan 8 to help your credit union meet regulatory requirements and improve overall loan portfolio performance.

NCUA Provides Insight into Supervisory Focus for 2012

After assessing the downfalls of several failed credit unions, NCUA risk examiners will focus on three main types of risk in 2012: credit risks, interest rate and liquidity risks, and concentration risks.