Ecuadorian Earthquake Support Needed

NWCUF joins credit union community in appeal for support after devastating Ecuadorian earthquake.

CUNA Invites Credit Unions to Webinar Thursday

The Credit Union National Association is inviting member credit unions to take a front row seat to find out what’s in the works at the national level.

Now is the Critical Moment to File RBC2 Comment Letter

Less than one month left in the comment period for the latest NCUA risk-based capital proposal. Write your letter now.

2014 Credit Unions for Kids Funds Due January 16

Credit unions must submit their checks using a simple form by January 16 for funds to count towards 2014 fundraising totals.

Report Card Time for Association

Over-regulation, compliance, staff training and growing business in a highly competitive landscape mean always-full plates for credit union leadership. Town hall meetings have been scheduled around the region so membership can have an open dialogue with the Association’s leadership, as well as learn more about the redistricting plan.

Congresswoman Co-sponsors MBL Bill

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA 3) is the first member of the Washington delegation to co-sponsor HR 1418. Please voice your support for her public stance and encourage others to join her.

Federal Legislative Week in Review

It is all interchange, interchange, interchange as state and national associations push Congress to stop the Durbin Amendment from being implemented as is. Member credit unions are being asked to use social media and mobilize their membership in the effort.

The Fed Providing Free Webcast on Loan Originator Compensation

The mandatory compliance date for the loan originator compensation rules is April 1, 2011.  The rules are designed to protect mortgage borrowers from unfair or abusive lending practices that can arise from certain loan originator compensation practices.

Federal Legislative Week in Review

Senator Mark Udall (D-CO) has introduced the Small Business Lending Enhancement Act, which would raise the credit union member business lending cap to 27.5% of assets. This could provide up to $13 billion to small businesses in the first year alone and create over 140,000 new jobs at no cost to taxpayers.