More and more, credit unions look and act like banks. So why don’t they pay taxes?
Robert Stuart enjoys a paycheck most bankers would envy.
Stuart, 47, is CEO of
Oregon’s second-largest financial institution, with 26 branches, 501
employees and assets of $3.6 billion. His
Occupy the Banks, an Occupy Portland offshoot, played "Human Monopoly" this afternoon in Pioneer Courthouse Square.The event was part of a series of “Bank Actions” that Occupy conducts every Friday, and the life-sized board game was meant to encourage people to move their money out of traditional big banks and into local credit unions. The group chose Monopoly as their activity because, according ...