On the Move: STCU Gains Three in Leadership, Community Development Roles

The credit union added two new managers and a community development officer to its team.

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Where Are They Now? Bank Transfer Day Five Years Later

A flood of members joined credit unions because of Bank Transfer Day five years ago. Where are they now? How have their financial lives improved? Share their stories for the anniversary.

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Credit Unions for Kids Celebrates 30 Years With $5 Million Commitment to the OHSU Gary & Christine Rood Family Pavilion

For three decades, Northwest credit unions’ “charity of choice” has supported OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, embodying the cooperative principle of “people helping people.”

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Parker Cann to Retire From BECU

The industry veteran is set to leave at the end of the year. John Stewart was named as his successor.

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Famed Former Con Man Frank Abagnale to Headline Anti Fraud Event in Portland

Since being caught posing as an airline pilot, doctor and attorney—and played by Leonardo DiCaprio in Catch Me If You Can—the current FBI consultant tours as part of the AARP Fraud Watch Network, sharing his insights on how to keep personal data safe.

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NWCUA Mourns Passing of Sen. Alan Bates

Well-regarded by colleagues, the legislator brought a physician’s background to his work in Oregon Senate. He was 71.

OnPoint Names New Executives

Veronica Ervin and Cecile Milam appointed Senior Vice Presidents, join Executive Management Team.

EMV: The World is Changin’

Greg Kuyava of Strategic Link partner Harland Clarke looks ahead to adapting to the EMV Liability Shift.

News & Notes: Here’s What’s Happening Around the Northwest

NWCUA mourns the passing of longtime OCCU Board Member Don Moon Lee; Spokane credit unions, Habitat for Humanity host community day; Northwest Community Credit Union awards scholarships.

CO-OP Announces Todd Clark as New President/CEO of CO-OP Financial Services

Clark will become the new President/CEO of CO-OP Financial Services effective June 27, succeeding the retiring Stan Hollen.

Fox Named New Inspirus CFO

Lesley Fox joins Inspirus Credit Union as CFO, focusing on accounting, treasury, investments, audits, taxes and accounting, purchasing and insurance initiatives.

iQ Credit Union Announces Appointment of New President and CEO

Kelly Schrader has been selected as iQ Credit Union’s new President and Chief Executive Officer and will assume the new role on June 1, 2016.

Inspirus Credit Union Helps Refugee Children Share Their Stories

With a generous donation, Inspirus Credit Union supported a diverse group of students at a Tukwila high school in sharing their Stories of Arrival.

Eugene and Portland Area Credit Unions Contribute to OHSU Doernbecher and PeaceHealth Sacred Heart

Thirty years after founding Credit Unions for Kids, Northwest credit unions keep the tradition strong with contributions of nearly $100,000 to two Oregon children’s hospitals. Toys, wagons and baby swings were part of the bounty.

80 Years Young and More Innovative Than Ever

As CUNA Mutual Group enters its ninth decade, Troy Stang shows how the company’s innovation and legacy serve credit unions, members, and the Movement.

Obama Signs Into Law Three Credit Union Regulatory Relief Measures

Modernizations to privacy notification requirements, opening of FHLB membership to privately insured credit unions, and changes to the CFPB’s treatment of “rural” areas were all signed into law as part of a comprehensive highway bill.

Turkey Shoot! Mt. Hood Chapter Invites You to Raise Money for the Clackamas Service Center

Join the Mt. Hood Chapter of Credit Unions for a fun fall tradition and support not only the collective action of your credit union colleagues, but also the community impact of a lauded non-profit.

Tickets & Sponsorships Now Available for Foundation’s Wegner Dinner

Three credit union leaders and former leaders and one program will receive the movement’s highest honors, with our very own Denise Gabel at the helm as emcee.