Join leaders from across Oregon’s public and private sectors to discuss these issues and shape the agenda for the year ahead.
In one of her first acts as Board Chair for Your Association, Brooke Van Vleet, President & CEO of St. Helens Community Credit Union, has issued a call for credit union professionals to engage in service through NWCUA committees.
Recent changes to Google Adwords policies regarding personal loans are notable for those credit unions using Google Adwords as a marketing vehicle.
What you need to know about upcoming HMDA file specs; your question answered about opening accounts for Single Member LLCs; plus this week’s legal briefs.
With the Oregon Legislature scheduled to begin its session on February 1, the Northwest Credit Union Association is on alert, monitoring bills related to affordable housing, elder and vulnerable person abuse, the Oregon Growth Board, and student loans.
The 2016 Northwest Credit Union Association Committee and Task Force network has launched. Nearly 200 credit union professionals are engaged in helping to shape policy, programs, and advocacy efforts.
The board plans to address a number of important topics, including minority depository institutions and loans in areas with flood hazards.
Compliance Center: Federal Agencies Issue Final Policy Statement for Assessing Diversity Policies and Practices
Get the details on the interagency diversity policy; your question answered about denying a Reg E claim; plus this week’s legal briefs.
NWCUA Board Chair Jack Fallis called for volunteers to join the Association’s committees, which help guide the Policy Advancement, Public Awareness, and Collective Action of the Northwest credit union movement.
With new role, CUNA Chief Economist Hampel will provide strategic policy guidance to CEO Nussle, maintain economist duties.
When it comes to top-flight member service and philosophy in action, credit union HR departments have training nailed. Oh, but what to do about tattoos is another question. What say the legal eagles?
NCUA Fines Five Northwest Credit Unions for Late Call Reports; NWCUA Urges Regulator to Improve its Filing System
The NCUA made good on its threat to fine credit unions for filing late Q1 call reports. Five Northwest credit unions are among those being hit with financial penalties.
Every credit union is different, but there are some basic elements that every financial institution should consider when creating – and maintaining – a social media policy.
The Washington state Department of Financial Institutions has released a bulletin that explains its final rule on reasonable compensation for directors and supervisory committee members. The rule takes effect on Feb. 23.
The Oregon Legislature’s interim legislative committees met in Salem in November to get updates on bills passed in 2013, check up on state agencies, and explore policy proposals – including a fix for unscrupulous mechanic’s liens — for the 2014 session that starts in February.
It seems like you can’t go a week without reading an article that praises the use of social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter as the way to promote credit unions to younger members and potential members. But did you know that Twitter has adopted a specific policy for Financial Services?
Are we required to give out copies of CTRs?
If a credit union isn’t connected, it’s disconnected, as members have access to all online, mobile and social media platforms. But Strategic Link Partner JMFA has some important reminders about standards and policies that credit unions must put in place to protect their security systems, reputations, employees, and members.