Board Pay Gains Acceptance but Remains Controversial
In 2014, the Seattle-based credit union broke decades of industry tradition and decided to pay board members because they are essential to its current and future growth prospects.
Two Credit Unions Announce Name Changes
Two credit unions that serve the education community are launching new names just as the new school year prepares to kick off.
School Employees Credit Union of Washington, which is headquartered in Seattle and has $1 billion in assets, has changed its name to Inspirus Credit Union, according to a press release. The name change for the 82,000-member cooperative took effect Aug. 3.