ADVOCACY

isn’t reactionary

—it happens

every day

of the year.

Advocacy 365

From offering professional training, to building relationships with legislators, to helping you manage compliance issues, our ongoing commitment makes Colorado a place where credit unions thrive. Because continuous advocacy is effective advocacy.

WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE BY:
legislation

ADVOCATING FOR
BENEFICIAL
LEGISLATION

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We represent your interests on a local, state, and national level, and we maintain strong relationships with decision makers. Our expertise allows us to propose legislation that benefits credit unions, and we work to prevent any new laws that would impair the credit union movement.

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compliance

ADVOCATING FOR
STREAMLINED
COMPLIANCE

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Our compliance assistance frees up your time so you can focus on what matters: serving your members. We can apply our expertise to help your credit union manage common compliance challenges, and we offer a range of resources that will simplify your processes every day of the year.

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solutions

ADVOCATING FOR
BEST-IN-CLASS
RESOURCES

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We save you time by vetting great products and partners. Our Strategic Partners professionals will provide you with services and systems customized for your organization. Whatever your needs may be, we have the skills and resources to support your operations and help you tackle new projects.

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education

ADVOCATING FOR
YOUR TEAM’S
STRENGTHS

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A knowledgeable, experienced team serves your members more effectively and allows your credit union to run smoothly. Our education programs offer credit union focused professional development that lets your staff to learn alongside their peers.

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The Mountain West Credit Union Association is very supportive of young leaders. Through the Mountain West Young Credit Union Professionals (MWYCUP) Committee, MWCUA advocates to educate and empower the youth of the credit union movement. I believe this will have lasting positive impact on the success of credit unions in our region.

Tyler Valentine | President & CEO of Laramie Plains FCU

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The partnership with MWCUA has proven to be valuable for us in many ways. I was fortunate to be one of the first to attend the MWCUA Leadership Institute in Colorado. The program provided more than I had expected, and I still use the lessons learned and materials in my work and personal life. Since 2013 six of my Managers and Supervisors have graduated from the program.

Joseph Tassano | VP of Operations, Denver Community Credit Union

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Through its Government Relations programs, the Mountain West Credit Union Association is a powerful voice for our members. Burdensome regulations and the threat of taxation make political advocacy more important now than ever.

Alan Althouse | President & CEO of TruWest CU


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CUs earn historic victory as House passes S....

The House voted Tuesday to pass the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act (S. 2155), a bipartisan regulatory relief bill that will provide much needed regulatory relief for credit unions. Having passed the Senate... Read More
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New Compliance Communities Announced

MADISON, Wis., and WASHINGTON (May 23, 2018) – Support and information on state and federal regulations is now available in one central hub. After successful beta testing, three leagues have joined CUNA for the inaugural... Read More
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Economic Forum Now Open for Registration

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Arizona Central Credit Union holds Financial Literacy Celebration

Representatives from Arizona Central Credit Union joined Arizona Senate Majority Leader Kimberly Yee at its Financial Literacy Celebration at Kachina Elementary School on May 14. Arizona Central Credit Union has partnered with Kachina Elementary School... Read More