Preparedness, Good Service Key for Robbery Training

USAgencies recently completed NWCUA robbery training, providing staff solid grounding should the situation arise, as it did for more than 340 credit unions nationally last year.

CULAC FAQ

July is CULAC Month! We have some frequently asked questions on what CULAC is, and how your credit union can engage during July, and year-round in supporting credit union champions to Congress.

Credit Unions Urged to Complete Annual Regulatory Survey Following Most Recent Exam – Deadline or Not

CUNA’s Annual Regulatory Exam Survey no longer relies on a deadline, but that doesn’t lessen the importance of exam results, which help NWCUA advocate for membership and ensure the examination process is operating well.

CO-OP Announces $53.3 Million Shareholder Patronage, Highest Dividend Ever Recorded by a CUSO

Co-Op Passes Along Benefit of Sale of Ensenta Stock to Shareholding Credit Unions

Compliance Center: NCUA Issues Guidance on Military Lending Act Changes

How to keep your credit union compliant with recent Department of Defense updates; your question answered about the act’s effect on auto refinancing coverage; plus this week’s legal briefs.

Bruce Rouillard, Former Washington League CEO, Leaves Lofty Legacy

Rouillard, who passed away last week, leaves behind a loving family and a legacy of contributions to the Credit Union Movement. One story shows how deep his credit union commitment flowed.

The Credit Union Guide to Making Impactful Donations

Credit unions give millions to charitable organizations during the holidays. The National Credit Union Foundation shares some tips on making your donations count.

Filene 2025: Optimism for Credit Unions in Whole New FI World

A new report from Filene lays out the disruptive changes credit unions can expect in the next decade, and the case for optimism about the credit union movement.

Emerging Leaders Journal: Take the First Step to a Lifetime of Growth

Emerging Leaders Scholarship Winner Liz Henderson shares her three biggest takeaways from the final EL session, and how they prepare her for a lifetime of achieving goals.

Offer Free Mobile Services To Build Loyalty

Mobile banking has strong potential for generating income because it appeals most to members who are in — or about to enter — their prime years for consumer loans, mortgage loans, credit/debit cards, etc. says CUNA Mutual Group.

How to Pick the Best Credit Union for You

National website and newsletter Money Talks News highlights credit unions, and gives some tips for finding the credit union that’s right for you.

Doernbecher: Credit Unions Among Most Generous Contributors to Knight Cancer Challenge

Credit Unions for Kids’ $12 million in contributions to Doernbecher Children’s Hospital has helped to advance life-saving research and treatment for sick children, while also ensuring the future of “the best care possible,” the Ambassador Advisory Group learned this week.

CU Direct Announces $60k in Donations to CMN Hospitals, up From $20k

Doernbecher will receive $5,000, with Fibre Federal and Unitus Community Credit Union tapped to co-present the donation.

Earn Your Local Children’s Hospital $20,000 From CU Direct

Vote for your local CMN Hospital during CU Direct’s 20th anniversary contest and you could help win that hospital a $20,000 donation.

Collaborate With Schools on ‘Experiential Learning’ in Financial Literacy

Credit unions have long delivered on the financial education mission. CUNA Mutual Group’s Mark Lynch has some innovative ideas about credit unions collaborating to find out directly from the students what will keep them engaged in financial learning.

Rivermark’s Scott Burgess: ‘If We Don’t Stand Up for Our Business Model, Who Will?’

With 2013 in the rear-view mirror, Anthem asked Northwest credit union presidents and CEOs to reflect on the year that was, consider what lies ahead and talk about the challenges — and the opportunities — that await credit unions in 2014. Today: Scott Burgess, president and CEO of Rivermark Community Credit Union.

NWCUA’s Troy Stang Kicks Off Series on CEO Perspectives

With 2013 in the rear-view mirror, Anthem asked Northwest credit union presidents and CEOs to reflect on the year that was, consider what lies ahead and talk about the challenges — and the opportunities — that await credit unions in 2014. First up: Troy Stang, president and CEO of the Northwest Credit Union Association.

Putting Members in the Driver’s Seat, Part III: Auto Industry Brimming with New Models, Innovation

Like most of America, auto sales are emerging from a long slump. Now that the economy is climbing out of its deep hole and consumers have more confidence, they’re buying again. In Part III of “Putting Members in the Driver’s Seat,” automotive journalist John M. Vincent says carmakers hope to meet the pent-up demand with cars and trucks that are better, safer and more efficient than ever.