The donations were made in connection with the credit union’s Veterans Appreciation Vehicle Loan promotion.
Also, this week’s legal briefs from around the Federal landscape, and your compliance question answered.
The preliminary injunction blocks the implementation of the Department of Labor’s (DOL) new overtime rules which would have gone into effect on December 1.
Insight into the CFPB order for improper debt collection, along with your Compliance question answered, and legal briefs from the federal landscape.
The Military Lending Act amendments officially went into effect on October 3.
The bulletin alerts credit unions that the Washington Department of Licensing (DOL) will not accept powers of attorney executed by a credit union employee on behalf of a member.
The standardized form is used by borrowers to apply for a mortgage loan. Also, your compliance question answered and legal briefs from the federal landscape.
Anthem talked to SMCU President & CEO Richard Romero on the heels of their recent partnership with the City of Seattle on providing loans to help finance the first step on the path to U.S. citizenship.
The report offers an economic outlook for credit unions and their leaders.
Columbia CU welcomes Filburn as VP of Retail Lending; Oregon State CU Promotes Shirley to AVP of Risk Management & Maps CU’s Porras earns I-CUDE designation.
Strategic Link partner CUNA Mutual Group shares thoughts on connectivity in lending tech to save time for staff, and members.
We talked to Mark Johnson of Strategic Link partner Zipwhip this week, who described how Zipwhip allows credit unions to engage with members through text messages to landline phones.
Under certain circumstances, credit unions may now make member business loans without requiring a personal guarantee.
The Oregon Legislature ended its 2016 session on Thursday, March 3. In the final days, legislation passed removing criminal liability from financial institutions servicing legal marijuana businesses.
The National Credit Union Administration has approved a modernized Member Business Lending rule giving federally insured credit unions greater flexibility.
Northwest credit unions continue robust auto lending in a “hot” market. Data from CUDirect and Callahan & Associates finds Washington credit unions grew the category by 56 percent since late 2011, while Oregon credit unions increased by 34 percent.
When a deadly windstorm pummeled the Inland Northwest, STCU quickly offered members low cost emergency loans. The results: 200 loans and $1 million to “get it fixed.”
Make sure your credit union capitalizes on boost in consumer spending. Harland Clarke offers the keys to loan marketing success.