EUGENE, Ore. -- Brenda Fritsch, a financial consultant registered with CUSO Financial Services LP, has joined the team of investment professionals at SELCO Financial Solutions.
Fritsch will assist members at the Santa Clara branch of $812 million SELCO Community Credit Union. Retirement consulting, investing, protection of assets and planning for business owners are primary areas of Fritch's practice with SELCO. She also assists clients with public employee retirement systems and 401(k) and 503(b) rollovers and college savings plans.
Fritsch has a background in human resources and worked for many years administering employee benefits for government agencies, according to the credit union. Her interest in assisting individuals with their employee retirement programs led her to expand into a new career in retirement investment planning.
SELCO serves more than 80,000 members.
BUY CUSO Campaign Coffers Swell
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -- NACUSO's BUY CUSO campaign recently collected $32,500 in donations with a recent contribution of $2,500 from Michigan Educational Credit Union.
BUY CUSO was officially launched in April to increase awareness of CUSOs as the professional providers of effective solutions to credit unions through collaboration with CUSOs, according to NACUSO.
The Michigan Educational CU benefaction brings the total contributions to $32,500 since fall 2007. To date, funds were donated by Mountain America CU, CU*Answers, Member Gateways LLC, Beyond Marketing LLC and TruHome Solutions LLC.
The most recent contribution was delivered by Bill Brunton, president/CEO of Michigan Educational CU.
"Thanks to the Michigan Educational Credit Union and Bill Brunton's leadership, credit union executives will more quickly recognize the essential role CUSOs play in the industry," said Tom Davis, president/CEO of NACUSO. "Credit unions of all sizes outsource selected operational functions to CUSO solution providers, keeping operating costs down while increasing service and expertise to benefit members."
The BUY CUSO campaign has featured advertisements on several trade publication Web sites. The campaign will continue in printed trade publications and online, NACUSO said. The logo artwork is free for NACUSO members. All the information on terms and use can be found at https://www.nacuso.org/about-us/buy-cuso/.