Calling Oregon Credit Unions: Take Survey by Monday to Help State Increase Access to Financial Education

Oregon credit unions have an opportunity to be part of a Financial Literacy Working Group the State Treasurer is establishing in March. Fill out a quick survey by February 29 to earn a seat at this important table.

Share Your Story at GAC

CUNA is asking credit unions to submit “Unite for Good” material for the GAC. Share yours today!

Filene to Explain Innovative Incubator Project During Monday Webinar

Filene Research Institute has scheduled a webinar for Monday, Sept. 16, to explain its new Accessible Financial Services Incubator project. Northwest credit unions are being asked to submit creative ideas, help test the resulting innovations, and serve on an advisory panel.

North Coast to Host Cash Mob in Bellingham

North Coast Credit Union is hosting a cash mob to collect cash and goods for donation to Lydia Place, which provides housing and education to homeless women and their children in a formal, six-month program. Donations will be accepted through Monday, Oct. 22.

Oregon Legislative Update: Pat Allen Confirmed as Director of Oregon DCBS

This Oregon Legislative Update outlines the latest action in the current legislative session, which includes the passage of two mortgage bills out of a Senate committee and the confirmation of Pat Allen as director of the Oregon DCBS.

Credit Unions Back Bonamici at Rally

Northwest credit unions continued to support Suzanne Bonamici in her bid for Oregon’s 1st Congressional District at Monday’s rally to reach voters.

Frank Announces Plans to Retire, Will Not Seek Reelection

Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., announced Monday that he would not seek reelection next November. One of the key architects of the Dodd-Frank Financial Regulatory Reform Act, Frank was “a friend to credit unions,” according to CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney.

Oregon Legislature Approves Redistricting Before End of Session

This Oregon update outlines how the Legislature approved a redistricting plan to reflect population changes in the 2010 census, the first time since 1981 that a politically divided legislature has been able to agree on a redistricting plan.

Legal Briefs July 15, 2010

Your update of the regulatory landscape.