MESA—or matched education savings accounts—allow credit unions to bridge the gap between students and educational opportunity.
A unique partnership between the Northwest Credit Union Foundation and the Montana Credit Unions for Community Development brings a matched college savings program to the Northwest. Learn more at a webinar next week.
The boards of Horizon Credit Union and EDTECH Federal Credit Union have voted unanimously to merge, the credit unions announced this morning. If approved by regulators and EDTECH members, the combined credit union would approach $675 million in total assets and employ more than 225 people.
Spokane-based Horizon Credit Union announced a long-awaited merger with Montana First Credit Union, a $63-million institution based in Missoula, Mont., expanding Horizon’s reach to three states.
Wauna and St. Helens credit unions’ boards have signed a non-binding letter of intent to explore the benefits of merging. The announcement comes on the heels of last week’s news that Horizon successfully merged with Montana First Credit Union.
A board-approved inter-state merger with Washington-based Horizon Credit Union fails, with less than 20 percent of Montana First members voting.
Horizon Credit Union announced plans to acquire Montana First Credit Union, a $63 million institution based in Missoula, Mont. The deal has already been approved by both boards and is expected to be finalized early next year.