About the Enderby Letters
Over the weeks ahead, you’ll get a glimpse of the experiences of team members who are working to bring Enderby & District Financial into the First West family. Throughout the series, you’ll hear from a number of people in different roles as they reflect on the changes, emotions, and overall experience of embarking on a new journey and starting something new.
May 15, 2013 | Pulling it all together...
The courageous leadership behind Enderby & District Financial’s decision to start something new
Mergers of any magnitude are never a snap. The decision to merge doesn’t come lightly for anyone involved. And, mergers can be particularly difficult and emotional if one side feels like they’re on an uneven playing field—whether those feelings are real or imagined.
Enderby & District Financial’s Ted Morrision knows firsthand...
We're proud to introduce our inaugural online annual report. Inside, you'll find:
- Video message from the Board Chair and the CEO
- Presidents' messages and regional reports
- Performance scorecard
- Management's discussion and analysis.
- Financial statements
And lots more. Click here to check it now.
First West Credit Union has mailed notices to inform members of the credit union’s coming annual general meeting, director elections, and voting on special resolutions
As in previous years, the credit union’s AGM will be held in two sessions that together constitute a single meeting:
- The Envision Financial session will be held on Thursday, May 9, 2013 at the Cascades Casino Resort – 20393 Fraser Hwy, Langley, B.C. Registration begins at 6 p.m. and the...
In case you missed it, here’s another opportunity to grab your copy of First West’s 86 ideas for attracting new members.
A proud production of our employees, this e-book is chockablock full of insightful ways your credit union can start using to drive membership growth today.
3 tips for making things fresh for employees on the Lean journey
There’s something innately enticing about starting something new. Consider the current infatuation with start-ups. Why are they so captivating, able to draw top talent into their leadership line-ups? It usually isn’t financial reward (at least not immediately), a corner office downtown, or a guaranteed retirement income. Start-ups offer something that’s far more fulfilling: the...