Credit Unions Invited to Financial Fair for Minority and Women’s Enterprises

The fair will be held south of Seattle and is meant to connect minority and women owned businesses with financing options.

Championing, Connecting and Equipping the Global Credit Union Community

The global credit union movement benefits significantly from the efforts of the World Council of Credit Unions and its foundation. Eighty percent of the funds raised come from the U.S. movement. Find out how you’re helping.

Legislators, Regulators Show Support for Oregon’s Credit Unions

Oregon State Treasurer Ted Wheeler, House Speaker Tina Kotek and DCBS Director Pat Allen all addressed credit union advocates at last Thursday’s Oregon Credit Union Day at the Capitol. “We want to help you be successful in any way we can,” Wheeler said.

Retired SMCU CEO Bob Harvey Arrests Suspect in Robbery of His Former Credit Union

Former SMCU CEO Bob Harvey kept his “night job” as a reserve police officer after his retirement last summer. He’s made hundreds of arrests, but on March 9, Harvey arrested a suspect who had allegedly robbed his former credit union two weeks earlier.

Cutter Retires After 40 Years at Numerica Helm

Dennis Cutter made a mark on the international credit union industry and oversaw Numerica’s ascension as it became one of the five largest credit unions in the Northwest.