Express Credit Union Partners with City of Seattle to Help Vulnerable Consumers Gain Basic Financial Skills

When the city of Seattle opens six “Financial Empowerment Centers” in 2014 to help vulnerable consumers gain fundamental financial skills, Community Tellers from Express Credit Union and Express Advantage will play a significant role.

Elder Financial Abuse: Why Does it Happen, and How Can Credit Unions Spot It?

Mary Sroufe will be leading a breakout session at Convention on dealing with elder financial abuse. Here she outlines the basics of financial abuse and offers simple tips to help credit unions identify and curb incidents among membership.

Compliance Question of the Week

What are potential financial concerns that may be red flags of financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult?

Curb Financial Abuse and Exploitation Through Education on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Credit unions are uniquely positioned to help prevent financial abuse, and communities around the world and throughout Oregon will work to raise awareness of elder abuse, neglect and exploitation on June 15 as part of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.

Oregon Bill Changes Credit Union Compliance Measures for the Treatment of ‘Vulnerable Persons’

The state of Oregon recently passed H.B. 4084, which modifies the way crimes against vulnerable persons are handled and affects requirements for credit unions subject to court summons or subpoenas in such cases.

Free NWCUA Video Fulfills Vulnerable Adult Training Requirement

Credit unions operating in Washington state are required to train their member facing employees to recognize vulnerable adult abuse. Throught the NWCUA, receiving this training is just one click away.