Marketers: Get your best campaigns and examples together. Submissions will be taken starting January 3 for the awards which honor the best in credit union marketing, public relations, and other communications.
Walden (R-OR), previously served as chair of the Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, which plays a key role in data security measures and actions regarding the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
The Oregon and Southwest Washington Chapter of Junior Achievement is seeking volunteers in Gresham, Portland and Beaverton, OR.
As the Washington State Legislature rolls into its third week, credit unions’ policy advancement strategy is firmly focused on legislation concerning public fund deposits and payroll cards.
Now that the Fed has raised interest rates, what does that mean for credit unions? In January, balance sheet experts from your Strategic Link partner Catalyst Strategic Solutions and Catalyst Corporate will attempt to answer that question in their third annual Blueprint for Success multimedia production.
Mark your calendar to attend a CEO Town Hall meeting in 2016. The first opportunity to network with your Association and your peers is in Vancouver, on January 21.
NCUA Chair Matz will call for a January vote to publish the methodologies for calculating the OTR and operating fee in the Federal Register, opening them for comment.
Northwest credit union legislative agenda is on track after second week of Washington legislative session.
Legislature begins long session under Supreme Court contempt order; will tackle taxes, education and transportation issues.
Same day automated clearing house transactions; your question on aggregating cash in and out transactions answered; plus legal briefs.
Credit unions must submit their checks using a simple form by January 16 for funds to count towards 2014 fundraising totals.
Washington’s Division of Credit Unions says separate state disclosure no longer necessary if federal disclosures are made; plus question of the week and legal briefs.
NCUA Chair Debbie Matz plans to unveil a revised RBC proposal at the board’s January 15 open meeting.
Winter and spring trainings are filling up fast for “one of the most transformative and unique credit union training events offered.”
Your weekly update on the regulatory landscape.
Without a doubt, 2013 may have been one of the most challenging years ever for dealing with new compliance requirements.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is expected to amend its mortgage rules in response to lender concerns. Lenders are expected to support the changes but may have concerns about meeting the implementation deadlines.
Credit union comments had a significant impact on changes to the CPFB Mortgage Rules. The NWCUA compliance team reports some of the clarifications issued this week are substantial.