Anthem spoke with Solarity Credit Union about their recent project, an all-new mobile-first website.
Also, this week’s legal briefs from around the Federal landscape, and your compliance question answered.
There have been an increasing number of demand letters and lawsuits against businesses (colleges, retailers, hotels, and financial institutions) alleging that the businesses’ websites are not accessible to people with disabilities.
Personal finance website NerdWallet offered three key benefits of seeking small business loans at credit unions, quoting NWCUA President and CEO Troy Stang.
When Shelli Millhuff took the reins of Nordstrom Federal, she set out to update the small credit union for her online members. Two years on, she celebrates big successes and outlines next goals.
Expanded content and enhanced navigation make the new sites more friendly and efficient for credit unions.
A partnership between the Northwest Credit Union Foundation and Montana Credit Unions for Community Development will expand a matching funds college savings program to Northwest credit unions.
With its innovative new CU Matchup tool, the new site makes it easier than ever for Northwest credit unions to connect with strategic business partners and improve service to members.
The tools available through Biz Kid$ are a great resource for credit unions to boost financial literacy among youth and families.
Early bird entry fees available through December 15 for credit union movement’s most prestigious marketing and business development awards.
Credit unions can repurpose CO-OP’s material for their own outreach to millennials.
Like the wine industry, credit unions are grappling with the challenge of attracting Millennials. C0-OP offers an industry-wide branding campaign to raise all ships.
Thank you to the forty-three credit unions that contributed in Oregon and Washington thus far in 2014.
Nineteen percent of Oregon’s households have limited or no access to the financial system. Bank On Oregon is recruiting credit unions to help provide safe services to those consumers.
CO-OP Financial Services is banking on the drawing power of a young singer-songwriter to attract new members to credit unions — members who may not understand what credit unions are, but who know they’re not satisfied with the status quo.
Nominations are now being accepted for five seats on the Northwest Credit Union Foundation’s board of directors. Nominations will be accepted beginning today and must be received no later than 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 27.
Northwest credit unions moved quickly last week to assure their members that their online and mobile banking services are — and have been — safe and secure. But they joined some of the Internet’s biggest players in urging website users to change their passwords.
Hiring managers can take control of their recruitment efforts and job seekers will find dozens of openings on the Northwest Credit Union Association’s redesigned Careers site, which also features informative blogs filled with plenty of useful tips and advice.