Portland OR, 97232 Get directions
Our location is in the historic Irvington District is conveniently located close to the MAX line. With a veteran staff, we bring a fresh approach with solid solutions.
- Open an account
- Apply for a loan
- Meet with a Mortgage Loan Officer (by appointment)
- Meet with a Financial Advisor (by appointment)
- Make ATM deposits
- Use our coin machine
- Notary services
- Night drop
About This Location
Schedule a Branch Appointment
- New Year’s Day (observed) — January 2, 2023
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day — January 16, 2023
- Presidents' Day — February 20, 2023
- Memorial Day — May 29, 2023
- Juneteenth — June 19, 2023
- Independence Day — July 4, 2023
- Labor Day — September 4, 2023
- Indigenous Peoples’ Day — October 9, 2023
- Thanksgiving Day — November 23, 2023
- Christmas Day — December 25, 2023
- Loading Events
About Our Team
Over 50 years
Serving local businesses
Favorite lunch spot
I really enjoy helping people—we will always come out of a meeting with a better understanding of how we can achieve your goals
I love working with people regardless of their level of home buying experience. Whether you are a first-time buyer or have been through the home lending process before, I’m ready to answer your questions and help you through the entire journey. I have over 15 years of banking and lending experience, and I recognize that the lending process can be stressful—my goal is to make it as smooth and painless as possible.
I enjoy volunteering with local non-profits and sharing my knowledge; I have volunteered with Nedco in Oregon City and Hacienda CDC in Portland teaching homeownership classes. I also volunteer through a church, St. Clare in Portland, to help out as needed. In my free time, I enjoy cooking and spending time on the Oregon coast with my wife and two boys.
Nik Powell, RICP®, CDFA®
You deserve to know where you stand with your financial and life goals with confidence. I am here to help you plan for both the good times and the difficult ones.
I am committed to preparing you for the certainty of uncertainty. I can help you navigate the impacts of financial decisions, so they align with your core values. Together, we can chart a course to ensure you meet your investment goals throughout the most critical stages of life. Part of my focus areas include helping clients create strategic income plans for retirement from the public and private sector along with charitable giving strategies for a meaningful legacy.
Since starting my career in financial services in 2004, I am continually expanding my education. I currently hold the designations of Retirement Income Certified Professional® (RICP®) and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® or (CDFA®) professional. Further, I have achieved an Investment Management Consultant title through Raymond James Institute of Investment Management Consulting (IIMC). Additionally, I hold securities licenses Series 6, 7, 63, and 66 and an Oregon Resident Life and Health Insurance License.
My wife and I enjoy exploring the endless outdoor activities the Pacific Northwest offers, including camping, cycling, and running.
The mark of RICP® is the property of The American College and may be used by individuals who have successfully completed the initial and ongoing certification requirements for this designation.
The Investment Management Consultant designation is awarded to those who complete the Raymond James Institute of Investment Management Consulting program.
I have an acronym I like to remember: “ASK,” or Attitude, Service, Knowledge. I feel that is what our members want and what differentiates me from many lenders.
With over 25 years of experience in business and commercial relationship management, I’ve concluded that success is rooted in listening to our member’s needs. I look forward to meeting with current and prospective members by helping their commercial financing needs while collaborating with my internal partners to provide the best service. Most importantly, I promise to be your advocate and help you accomplish your business goals.
Outside of OnPoint, I enjoy spending time with my family by traveling, listening to music, eating delicious food, and taking advantage of the delightful wines grown in the PNW. I volunteer at the Wilsonville Public Library because books are more than reading — they open up a window to a new world. Additionally, I volunteer at the Oregon Food Bank because living in the greatest country in the world, no one should go hungry.
Spotlight Interview with Lacee Swanson
Lacee started with OnPoint in 2018 as a Teller at our 205 Place Branch. She recently completed our Accelerated Platform Training (APT) program and is now a Member Service Representative.
Here’s what she had to share about her life and experiences with us here at OnPoint:
Tell us a little about yourself.
I am a recent graduate from the APT program, which helped me to become a Member Service Representative at the Lloyd Center Branch. When I’m not at work, I like to relax at home with my fiancé or hang out with my friends and family.
What is your history with OnPoint?
Being at OnPoint is a rewarding experience. Usually, when one faces change at other companies, it is because people have left, but here at OnPoint, it’s because people are moving up and advancing in their career. I’m excited to continue in my new role, and it gives me peace of mind to know that there are so many possibilities for where my path may lead.