Credit Union Association of Oregon

  • Deposits Could Swell on Market Fears

    Oregon and Washington credit unions were reminded last week of something they know full well: the S&P downgrade of the nation’s credit rating and the market turmoil could bring in a substantial deposit influx at a time loan demand remains tepid.

  • Northwest CUs Prepped on Deposit Inflows Drawn by Market Turmoil

    Northwest Credit Union Association CEO warns of deposits' impact on capital-to-asset ratios.

  • N.J., Md. Merger Dance

    The Maryland & DC Credit Union Association has been considering a possible merger with the New Jersey Credit Union League as Credit Union Times first reported last Thursday.

  • Maryland/DC League Eyes Possible Merger

    The Maryland/DC Credit Union Association, which since last year has been scouting for a new president/CEO, has also been looking at a possible merger with one of its Mid-Atlantic neighbor leagues.

  • Mid Oregon's Anderson New Chair of NW Association

    The newly-formed Northwest Credit Union Association has named William Anderson, president/CEO of Mid Oregon FCU of Bend, as its new chairman and Debie Keesee, president/CEO of Spokane Media FCU, as vice chair.

  • Awards

    The Credit Union Executive Society, Madison, Wis., named Ertis Blake, president of Communications & Other Workers of Jamaica Co-Operative Credit Union Ltd., Jamaica, as the 2010 CUES director of the year.

  • Arizona, Colorado and Wyoming Plan Consolidation

    The trend toward trade group consolidation picked up more steam last week with plans by the Arizona Credit Union League and Credit Union Associations of Colorado and Wyoming to merge.

  • Awards

    Arizona State Credit Union, Phoenix, was recognized by the Public Relations Society of America during its Copper Anvil Awards for its excellence in public

  • Unitus Takes Banking to Members With iPad

    An iPad has upped the meaning of convenience at Unitus Community Credit Union.

  • People

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