REGULATING AGENCY: Idaho Department of Finance; Financial Institutions Bureau
- Patti Perkins, Director
- Anthony Polidori, Deputy Director
- Website: finance.idaho.gov
- News & Announcements
LEAGUE: Northwest Credit Union Association
STATS: (As of Dec 2020)
- TOTAL # SCUs: 21
- TOTAL # FCUs: 11
- SCU % OF TOTAL (SCUS #/STATE TOTAL #): 66% of 32 ID CUs
- TOTAL $ SCU ASSETS: $10,990,779,333
- TOTAL $ FCU ASSETS: $2,978,546,408
- TOTAL ASSETS: $13,969,325,741
- SCU % OF TOTAL ASSETS (SCUS $/STATE TOTAL $): 79%
FUN FACT: Idaho has the longest main street in America, 33 miles, in Island Park.
Northwest Credit Union Association Releases Economic, Community Impact Report
Landmark study documents $11 billion impact, volunteerism and charitable contributions, and extraordinary services by credit unions throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
March 23, 2021 — Credit union advocates in Idaho, Oregon and Washington have new, data-rich tools to support their advocacy and public awareness work this year. The Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA) is providing its member credit unions with a suite of resources documenting credit unions’ economic and community impact. The community data was collected in NWCUA’s Community Impact Reporting Tool (CIRT), which was created by the association to document credit unions’ focus on financial well-being, volunteerism and charitable contributions, and special lending to rural communities, first-time homebuyers and other populations that not-for-profit cooperative credit unions are uniquely positioned to serve. The impressive economic impact report was prepared by ECONorthwest, one of the region’s most respected economic firms.
In addition to data, the NWCUA is providing its members with communications collateral such as infographics, social media posts and a library of member stories, so they can customize and share the impact in their own communities.
Click on the title to read the full release.
Click here to take a look at the stories that have been collected over the years in Idaho.
What’s new in your state?
Click here to submit your state-chartered credit union news stories to NASCUS today!