The $85 million Point West Credit Union of Portland, Ore., is more than willing to broadcast and celebrate its tale of coming back from the brink of a 2008 financial collapse.
This early look from next week's print edition explores how two CEOs have resulted in one success story at a once-troubled Oregon credit union.
Industry leader leaves iQ CU for fellow Washington state credit union on Puget Sound after 14 years at Vancouver institution.
Outgoing BECU President/CEO Gary Oakland said he might be interested in a spot on the NCUA Board.
Washington state credit unions were cheering what they called a legislative breakthrough – final passage of a long-sought public funds bill.
Mayor Sam Adams tells NWCUA the city needs to "buy local" when it comes to investing its money.
Ohio appears to be the next battleground for the credit union push to accept public funds with bills being readied in both chambers of the state legislature next week.
Credit unions could use a refresher course in the often-neglected area of online marketing and advertising content compliance. That’s the message from Kyle Woodmansee, the compliance specialist for Des Moines, Iowa-based consulting firm PolicyWorks, who will present an hour-long webinar, “Three Commonly Overlooked Website Compliance Issues,” on Jan. 26.
The media blitz scheduled this week to highlight achievements of cooperatives is taking a slightly different tone amongst credit unions in Oregon and Washington state.
In an unforeseen management shift, Benson Porter, president/CEO of the $5 billion First Tech Federal Credit Union of Palo Alto, Calif., will be taking over the $9.7 billion BECU of Tukwila, Wash., next April, succeeding retiring CEO Gary Oakland.