Anthem spoke with Solarity Credit Union about their recent project, an all-new mobile-first website.
Low-income credit unions that become certified as Community Development Credit Unions find added opportunities to reach underserved members.
The Exam Flexibility Initiative was announced earlier this year, and seeks to streamline exam processes for well-managed, low-risk credit unions.
Anthem talked to SMCU President & CEO Richard Romero on the heels of their recent partnership with the City of Seattle on providing loans to help finance the first step on the path to U.S. citizenship.
Chair Metsger established the exam flexibility initiative, requesting input from stakeholders. Now is your chance to add your voice and influence the debate.
The meeting also featured a quarterly update on the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund.
Exam Flexibility Initiative looking to collect experiences and ideas from credit unions.
The new Chair of the NCUA Board made the announcement during a speech this week, seeking to streamline examination processes.
Strategic Link partner CSCU shares how this convenient mobile offering can help your credit union turn potential applicants to new members.
Some Northwest credit unions may find mortgage lending regulatory flexibility in a new process to receive “rural” designation.
NACHA has announced cash prizes for a team challenge addressing payment solutions, and is accepting nominations for excellence awards.
Learn about the CFPB’s new tools; your question answered on tolerance violation refunds under TILA/RESPA; plus this week’s legal briefs.
Portland-based Unitus Community Credit Union won the Credit Union Commitment to Board Excellence award at the NWCUA Directors’ Conference last weekend. The credit union’s governance model is “one to follow,” according to the awards committee.
Powerful, easy-to-implement small business lending solution cuts processing time from weeks to minutes and helps you build a healthier portfolio. Coming to Northwest credit unions thanks to betaSpace.
Changes make it easier for low-income credit unions to obtain secondary capital and give investors greater clarity.
Grant round open for training staff and hiring interns; applications take only minutes.
New Congress and regulatory cycles open 2015 opportunities to provide regulatory relief and improve the operating environment for Northwest credit unions.
The credit union regulator approved its 2015 budget by a 2-to-1 vote, increasing 4.2 percent over 2014.