The Northwest Credit Union Association made it official last week. Its veteran CEO John Annaloro is retiring Oct. 2. He will be succeeded by Troy Stang, the president of the trade group that resulted from the merger of the Oregon and Washington leagues in 2011 and includes members from Alaska.
Congress has two opportunities this year to reach back to the Main Street voters who elected them. Neither costs taxpayers a dime. Two bills would enable credit unions to provide affordable capital to consumers and to small businesses. It makes sense, then, for Congress to act this year to enact...
Troy Stang will assume CEO title after Annaloro retirement from Northwest Credit Union Association.
Three Northwest states–Washington, Oregon and Montana–have become the nation’s epicenter of merging activity among credit unions, with supporters claiming the trend underscores a higher level of member service.
Thanks to a quarterly increase of more than $44.62 million in member business loans, credit unions in Washington and Oregon are helping more small businesses.
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.
Member business lending, job creation up for discussion in session with SBA regional administrator.
The dizzying pace of corporate events and NCUA rulemaking last week left many CU managers wondering where to turn for help.
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.