Credit union advocates from Oregon and Washington visited legislators from both states to share the Credit Union Difference and stances on critical issues affecting their members.
Anthem talked to a few Northwest credit unions about how they handle member engagement, following a recent Gallup survey showing credit unions outpacing banks.
Is your credit union new to social media, or are you looking to revamp your strategy, or do you want to help your members improve their small biz social media game? This guide from Expertise.com can help.
The HR services provider prides itself on delivering outstanding service and results for credit unions of any asset size.
In a fascinating study, CUNA Mutual Group’s TruStage consumer brand finds that middle-income credit union members see financial stability and family as key drivers of success, but differences abound across generations.
Beginning with the preservation of the credit union tax exemption and charging through mid-term elections, credit unions fought and won important battles in 2014.
Credit union executives get a quick, clear, high-level overview of their risk areas to help guide strategic planning.
It’s been a busy summer for Northwest Credit Union Advocates who have hosted champions in their branches, volunteered for campaigns and helped to raise funds for candidates.
Can the NCUA’s proposed Rick-Based Capital Rule be fixed? That’s the question CUNA will ask in a free one-hour webinar that will explore key aspects of the proposal. The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, March 19, and is limited to the first 500 registrants.
An incident response plan helps improve the chances that a company will survive the unexpected, and it should take its place right beside credit unions’ business-continuity and disaster-recovery plans.
Credit unions across Oregon are reaching out to lawmakers with face-to-face meetings designed to spread the word about the structure, value and impact of the credit union movement.
While the reporting requirement on 1042-S remains unchanged, the IRS and the U.S. Treasury have moved back several of the key compliance dates for the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).
“A key success was a special election victory by Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR). Bonamici’s win, which was made possible because of the great work of the Northwest Credit Union Association and its member credit unions, created a bond so strong that after being sworn into office her first action was co-sponsoring the House MBL bill.”
Cindy Barrick explained to credit union directors at last week’s NWCUA Volunteers’ Conference the importance of developing, activating and evaluating a strategic plan for their credit union using measurable goals.
Jim This, president of the Paragon Group and a featured presenter at the upcoming NWCUA Volunteers’ Conference, discusses the role a strong board can play in the day-to-day operations of a credit union.
Yvonne Evers is the owner of YME Coaching & Consulting, LLC, and has been driving credit union leadership and board success for over 20 years. Here she explains taking a proactive approach to building a credit union board.
Credit union volunteers helped open the 2011 NWCUA Convention and Annual Business Meeting with an open roundtable session on key issues facing boards of directors. The discussion included strategies for recruiting new and younger board members and weathering increasing regulation.
Michael Barr, a former Treasury staff who helped to draft the Dodd-Frank Act, will speak at this yearâ€™s Convention about the effect of the new law and other legislative overhauls that will change the financial system.