Mary Martha Fortney, who has led NASCUS as president/CEO for 11 years, will retire this year. O'Rourke and Associates chosen as search firm.
Whatcom Educational CU volunteers to go first. "We have so many auditors looking at us anyway, what's one more?"
In mid-October, Whatcom Educational Credit Union in Bellingham, Wash., will undergo one of the Evergreen State’s first separate examinations for consumer compliance, now required of all Washington state chartered credit unions with more than $500 million in assets.
BECU General Counsel Parker Cann receives Pierre Jay Award at trade group's Idaho confab.
A sample of nine eclectic mascots that support their credit union’s branding efforts and provide fun and financial education for their community.
NCUA Board's lone Republican member continues on job after his term ended officially on Friday.
During the Governmental Affairs Conference, Chip Filson announced his intention to seek an NCUA Board seat, which was the culmination of speeches and online postings criticizing the NCUA’s activities throughout the financial and corporate crises. He has launched a petition designed to force President Obama to consider him as a...
Callahan chair's bid for reform in NCUA Board appointment process not necessarily change to embrace.
In the credit union system, expanding compliance requirements and increasing complexity of operations have made the work of credit union executives and their examiners more challenging. In an effort to assist the credit union system, NASCUS has prepared the following summary of supervisory priorities for the year. This summary incorporates...
A week after super storm Sandy slammed into the East Coast, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie looked ahead to preparations for a nor’easter that was due to dump snow and rain on the already reeling Northeast.