NCUA Board Member Todd Harper visited credit unions in Raleigh, N.C. Thursday in which participants shared information about their credit unions and stories about how they address the unique needs of their members, sometimes in creative ways.
Redwood Credit Union is proud to announce its celebration of 70 years of service to members. Originally formed by seven County of Sonoma employees, it now has 19 locations throughout the North Bay and San Francisco.
CUNA-affiliated CEOs and senior executives should check their email inbox to ensure they’ve received CUNA’s annual membership survey to help ensure CUNA has an accurate picture of member credit unions and how to effectively continue to meet their needs.
The National Credit Union Foundation’s Board of Directors has approved three new Biz Kid$ Business Plan Competition Grants for 2019, totaling $25,000, allowing credit union organizations to use Biz Kid$ to provide economic and entrepreneurship education.
CUNA’s Recruitment Committee is actively recruiting candidates for two open Board seats. The committee was approved by the Board in March to recruit candidates for Board seats in which incumbents are not seeking re-election.
CUNA has announced the completion of beta testing a new, comprehensive compliance solution for credit unions that will leverage technology and include features identified by credit unions as fundamental to reducing the compliance burden.
NCUA has extended the deadline for federally insured, low-income credit unions that want to become certified CDFIs to apply for qualification to use the agency’s streamlined CDFI certification process. The deadline is now Nov. 30.
The PCUA and NJCUL announced the name of their combined organization - CrossState Credit Union Association, which will serve 519 credit unions, making it one of the largest regional credit union trade associations in the country.
PSECU donated a collection of satellite phones to World Council of Credit Unions, 25 Iridium 9505A devices to be repurposed by the organization to support its global disaster recovery and development projects.
CUNA Councils are now accepting 2020 memberships. CUNA Councils are the only professional development organization operated by and for credit union professionals and members belong to a supportive community of 7,300+ credit union leaders.
In the weeks since Hurricane Dorian devastated several credit unions in The Bahamas, an additional $100,000 has poured into Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions’ Project Storm Break fund—bringing the total amount donated to more than $200,000.