Herrera is the SVP for Hispanic and Latino affairs at Durham, N.C.-based Self-Help Credit Union, and previously served as a Commissioner for the North Carolina Credit Union Commission.
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.
If the bill passes the Senate, it will be sent to Governor Kate Brown to be signed into law.
Credit union employees who specialize in business lending or business development can earn professional certifications from the Credit Union National Association at training sessions scheduled for this summer.
Several bills of interest to credit unions failed to clear their house of origin by last week’s deadline, but others – including the NWCUA-sponsored credit union merger bill — are still in play and have until Feb. 28 to pass their policy committee in the opposite house.
Long-time Spokane credit union leader Dolores Fallis died Nov. 8. Services are planned for Saturday.
A renowned reputation manager will help credit union professionals create and deliver impactful messages during his presentation at Amplify Convention in Portland. Huey’s communications training will be one of the highlights of an agenda that also includes memorable presentations on innovation, financial services breakthroughs, and the regulatory landscape.
NCUA Chair Debbie Matz will deliver the keynote address at the NWCUA’s Amplify Convention, the Association announced this week. Matz addresses Amplify attendees on Oct. 8, the opening day of the region’s largest gathering of financial services providers.
More than 200 Washington consumers have opened Save to Win accounts since the program launched just a month ago. The first cash prize drawings will put $50 into the hands of five lucky winners May 14.
Services are planned Saturday for long time Oregon credit union executive Larry Queen, who passed away late last week.
With SB 520 scheduled for a vote in the Oregon Senate General Government, Consumer, and Small Business Protection Committee next Friday, the Oregon Legislature is also considering NWCUA-supported proposals to increase funding for the Oregon Growth Board and Clean Energy Works Oregon.
Jay Inslee, the Democratic candidate for governor in Washington, is one of several candidates for office in the state scheduled for an interview with NWCUA member credit unions and advocates during the first week of September.
The NCUA vote scheduled for today on the proposed rule requiring all CUSOs to submit financial reports to the NCUA has been cancelled, likely moving to next month a possible decision.
The IRS is hosting a pair of free webinars in May to help financial institutions stay safe, sound and compliant. The first will focus on identity theft and online fraud, with the second covering employment law.
This Washington Legislative Week in Review updates the progress of the Public Funds Bill and details the bills that died after missing last week’s House of Origin Cutoff.
Friday, Feb. 3 is the first cut-off for non-budget-related bills to pass out of policy committee in the current Washington State legislative session. The Public Funds bill continues to progress and is now eligible for a floor vote in the House.
Credit union leaders have a rare opportunity to meet face-to-face with the Filene’s Denise Gabel and regulators from Washington and Oregon at the year’s first Leadership Symposium in Portland on Feb. 10.
Despite a week’s worth of winter weather, a number of bills that could impact credit unions saw progress in the Washington Legislature last week.