The fair will be held south of Seattle and is meant to connect minority and women owned businesses with financing options.
Join a webinar on July 14 to learn about the benefits of the Matched Education Savings Account program for your credit union and your members.
Nominations are being accepted for four seats on the NWCUA board of directors. The board works closely with the executive office to establish the Association’s governance and direction.
Washington credit unions may finally be well-positioned to offer prize-linked savings accounts, thanks to funding approved by the Northwest Credit Union Association board and a new operations model offered by the Michigan Credit Union League.
Open to credit union CEOs and senior management, an upcoming NWCUA event offers high-level economic forecasts, networking with peers and Association staff, and updates on innovation and technology to help credit unions stay ahead of the curve.
In the financial services cooperative world, there are many common threads: an emphasis on member service and social responsibility and the burden of over-regulation. Because these challenges can be even greater for small credit unions, the NWCUA will offer solutions at three regional roundtables.
Northwest credit union leaders invited to give economic feedback to the Obama Administration had three strong messages: raise the cap on Member Business Loans, ease over-regulation and stop political bickering that prevents real service to taxpayers.
Oregonâ€™s Northwest Chapter of Credit Unions is holding its first meeting of 2011 focusing on how current economic trends will affect credit union operations, and you are invited.
The creation of a new charter for a Vashon Island credit union may have gone as far as it will go after organizers recommend utilizing an existing credit union instead.